Telugu is the third most widely spoken language in India and the 14th most widely spoken in the world, with some 74 million speakers in total. It is one of India’s official languages, as well as being spoken by those living in many other countries around the world. The modern Telugu alphabet includes 42 consonants, 16 vowels and three vowel modifiers.
Telugu translation is in demand for a range of document types. Most recently, a business client asked Tomedes to undertake the translation of a batch of technical documents and specifications from English to Telugu.
Our translation company was delighted to assist. We have a wide network of translators that spreads around the globe, so sourcing the perfect Telugu translator for this job posted no problem.
Translation price was a key consideration for this client. He used our online quote service to obtain an indicative cost before contacting the Tomedes team to discuss his requirements and give the go-ahead for this translation project.
Business translation of this nature is one of the most commonly requested Tomedes services. It’s why we maintain a network of professional translators with business translation experience, so that we can match their experience and language skills to the demands of our clients.
Our Telugu translator for this project was based in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. We always aim to use a native translator for the target language, as experience has shown that this makes for a better quality translation. And of course machine translation is out of the question when it comes to producing high quality work. That’s why we have a policy of only ever providing human translation services to our clients!
If you have a business document that you need translated (or, indeed, a personal document) then it’s time to talk to Tomedes. Our professional, friendly team is here to help, no matter which language pairing you’re looking for.