5 good reasons for ADAPT

Are you looking for a reliable project partner, someone you can count on to deliver accurate translations on time and on budget? Do you prefer working with a collaborative team of external professionals rather than simply outsourcing to a supplier? And do you appreciate a stable partner with deep roots? Welcome to ADAPT! Here are five of the many good reasons why you’ve come to the right place:

  1. 1. Specialization

    ADAPT is focused solely on the areas of medicine, life sciences, IT/telecommunications and technology. Specialization brings benefits: by focusing on what we do best, we have earned a reputation among the elite translation companies in these fields.

  2. 2. Continuity

    Those who come to ADAPT stay with ADAPT. We see this again and again—in our customer base and workforce alike. At ADAPT, you won’t have to rebuild your relationship with a new contact every six months: you know who is responsible for your account, often for years to come.

  3. 3. Experience

    We invest in long-term human resource development, because a high level of fluctuation always means a great loss of expertise. You benefit from our employees’ years of experience and can count on having a contact who truly understands your projects.

  4. 4. Scalability

    We also welcome smaller projects and are proud to support you as you build your enterprise. ADAPT is large enough to successfully manage translation projects of any magnitude but still small enough to personally interact with each customer as an individual. We adapt to your processes wherever possible—instead of expecting you to adapt to ours.

  5. 5. Cost transparency

    At ADAPT, you won’t find sales gimmicks or hidden costs. We offer our customers a clearly structured quote with detailed line items, and we stick to that quote. And when a fixed price is not feasible, we offer a sound estimate of costs—and ensure that the final price is at or below that estimate. This gives you the information you need to plan effectively and avoids unnecessary discussions.