Remote Interpreting Services
From any corner of the world
Do you need your company’s training to be delivered across a global, multi-lingual team? Or are you trying to arrange a meeting by the end of the day but struggling to find a remote interpreter? Fear not, Dialogue has got your back. Our highly qualified remote interpreters are on call to translate and overcome language barriers via Zoom, Teams or phone, from any corner of the world.
Clear communication at the click of a button
Remote interpreting is ideal when a face-to-face meeting isn’t possible or isn’t needed. With increasing acceptance of video conferencing, virtual meetings make connecting with your suppliers, colleagues and clients easier and cheaper.
It’s a great, cost-effective alternative to in-person appointments and can be done simultaneously or consecutively, depending on your needs. Using a qualified video/phone interpreter can also save you a lot of time and hassle and help to reduce your company’s carbon footprint!
With a minimum of 5-years’ interpreting experience and specialist knowledge, Dialogue’s teams are also selected for their empathy and ability to ‘read’ a situation.
Easy set-up, lower cancellation costs; this is a practical solution for all sorts of meetings and interviews.
Remove all geographical or time constraints on your meeting – our interpreters work across the globe.
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Remote Interpreting Services FAQs
You need your phone or computer with a working camera and microphone. And we recommend using a headset rather than the PC’s internal sound system, which makes a huge difference when it comes to clarity and ease of communication.
When a face-to-face meeting isn’t possible, it’s ideal. It’s also a very cost-effective solution and can usually be set up at relatively short notice. Interpreters can be patched into your video meeting as required.
The interpreter joins your video call, you speak for a short time and the interpreter translates what you’ve said into the target language and then translates the response back from the other caller/s. For bigger meetings, platforms such as Zoom allow you to interpret in real-time (simultaneously), by being in a remote ‘booth’ and translating at the same time as the main speaker, for those who are invited to listen to the translated channel.