Philippine Translation Services

Fastest professional Philippine Translation Services by 4000+ certified Philippine translators who offer accurate Translation Services in Philippine language for government, public and private sectors. Our native experts have been working in 250+ languages for multiple industries, like legal, technical, medical, engineering, Shipping, NGOs, mining, media, oil & gas and so forth. Thus, we have established as a well-known global Philippine Language Translation services company in New Delhi India Mumbai Amritsar Kolkata Chandigarh Chennai UAE Hyderabad Bangalore Noida Pune Gurgaon Ghaziabad and several other Indian and foreign cities.

Our team embraces unequalled proficiency in translation of drawings in AutoCAD, CorelDraw, MicroStation, and various documents in MS Word, MS PowerPoint, MS Excel and PDF formats. So, we can easily manage big translation assignments for any industry (like agriculture, IT, aviation, engineering, tourism & hospitality, media, energy, healthcare, real estate, mining, oil & gas etc.) or any file format. We also perform proof-reading of the translated text, without any additional charges. Also, we make quality Philippine interpretation services with the topmost degree of accurateness, precision and quality, on account of native Philippine interpreters. Furthermore, our ISO 9001:2015 certified Philippine Translation Company also offers affordable, yet authentic Philippine localization services.

The biggest challenge for any business looking to expand globally is to figure out how to communicate with customers of different languages. Everything starts with proper flow of communication without it you won’t be able to advertise or create any awareness about your product or services. Consumers of uprising economies like from China, India and Brazil prefer information in their native language only. Without proper understanding of their native language, you won’t be able to convince them.

That’s why at Tridindia we provide accurate translation of business related documents that further helps in preventing unforeseen situations like:

Missed Opportunities: Your efforts of entering into foreign markets will fail until and unless you bridge communication gap. Without accurate translation your customers will ignore you.

Unambiguous Communication: No organization can afford misleading message. A misleading message can arise from incomplete or inaccurate information, misinterpretation or lack of language knowledge.

Rivalries: Translation helps in creating awareness of your products and services. No translation means no sales and without sales you won’t be able to expand and bypass your competitors.

Enticing Features of Philippine Language

  Term used for the language in English: Philippine

  Name of the language in Philippine: Tagalog

  Spoken in: Philippines, Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom, Canada, USA and UAE by around 17,000,000 people.

  Philippine is a language that belongs to the family of Austronesian languages. Spanish, Malay, English, Sanskrit, Arabic and other Northern Philippines are the languages that have contributed the most to its formation.

  Very little is understood regarding its history, and therefore the oldest documents written within the language originate to the arrival of the Spanish within the sixteenth century.

  Tagalog was chosen by the National Language Institute – a committee comprising seven members representing the varied regions of the Philippines – as the official language of the Philippines.

  The president Manuel L. Quezon declared Tagalog the national language in 1937, though this call wasn’t formalised till when the country gained its independence from the US in 1946. Since 1940, Tagalog has been the sole language – among one hundred sixty Philippine dialects – to be formally tutored in faculties. The language name was modified to Philippine in 1987.

Fruitful Benefits of Philippine Language Translation

  With purchasing power parity estimated to be $692.223 billion, Philippines become a highly profitable destination to invest in numerous sectors. This is where Philippine language translations come in handy.

  Philippine language translation is also productive for those entrepreneurs who wish to expand their business roots in automotive, shipbuilding and aerospace sector in the said country.

  You can also target pharmaceutical and chemicals industry with these translations.

Philippine Dialects

Bikol Ilocano Tagalog
Cebuano Kapampangan Waray
Hiligaynon Pangasinan

Basic Facts About Philippine Native Country

Country: Philippines
Capital: Manila
Population: 102,250,133
GDP (per capita): 2635.04 USD
Government Type: Democratic republic with an executive, legislative and judicial branch.
Currency: Philippine peso
Ease of Doing Business Rank: 99
Unemployment Rate: 5.8
Major Industries: KPO and back offices, animation, call centers, software development, game development, engineering design, and medical transcription

Philippine Language History

The language is based on Tagalog. The word is derived from Taga-ilog which means from the river. Tagalog belongs to Malayo Polynesian family, influenced from Malay and Chinese. Later the language got influenced by Spanish and American and English were introduced. The writing script of Tagalog was based on an ancient script, Baybayin. Because of Spanish-American influence it is also known as ‘Taglish’. Many words in Tagalog are loan words from Spanish but despite of foreign borrowings, the language remains pristine.

Bridge Communication and Expand Globally

Once you solve the riddle of language differences, you’ll be able to create an interactive platform where users from all around the world can come and access information anytime they want. Multinational companies, especially e-commerce, know the importance of translation to deliver quality content and maintaining credibility.

At Tridindia, we provide accurate translation with rapid turnaround time that helps organization to:

Reaching Target Audiences: Get closer to your potential customers. With translation your content will be available to wider audiences and more people will interested in your products. Multiple languages help in expanding your commercial reach and generating more revenue.

Increasing Market Potential: The biggest advantage of translation is that you’ll be able to gather deep knowledge about market, consumer preferences, demand or new product opportunities.

Outrun Competitors: In a highly competitive race, you don’t want to be left behind do you? To compete into any foreign market you first need to solve language complexity. With accurate Translation you can provide correct information that will in turn generate sales and will help you to standout competitors.

Modern entrepreneur need to understand the strength of translation to penetrate into any new market. The global collaboration requires seamless flow of information and without effective translation it’s just impossible to achieve.

Price Effective and Proficient Translation Services

Our extensive sources of Philippine language professionals pay systematic and comprehensive dedication to each point confirming price effective and proficient translation services. Also, at TridIndia all the translations are handled by expert mother tongue translators. Our DTP team is embraced with high tech IT resources that let any Philippine file to be translated directly. We excel in all the leading DTP formats, comprising Adobe Indesign, Framemaker, QuarkXPress, etc. We develop websites in Philippine, managing all the developing stages to the complete making of website. Our precise IT services let us translate any file or text, whether to be published or circulated in the web world, in Philippine. By means of successions of technical corporations, TridIndia can handle assignments built on any translation service (translation, localisation and DTP) in the most economical and time saving method.

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