Our global reach enables us to arrange for on-site interpretation anywhere in the world. Just let us know what kind of interpreter you need where and when.
The two basic modes of interpretation are called consecutive and simultaneous. In consecutive interpretation, the mode that is commonly used in one-on-one and small group settings, the source-language speaker and the interpreter take turns speaking. We offer consecutive interpretation services in over 170 languages. Our consecutive interpreters maintain strict standards of professionalism and possess exceptional linguistic and interpersonal skills to help facilitate interactions between two (and sometimes more) languages.
Generally used for large conferences or meetings and / or environments where two or more languages are required, simultaneous interpretation is a much more complex and strenuous process than consecutive interpretation. Interpreters sit in an isolated booth, listen to the speaker through a headset, and speak the translation into a microphone, from where it is wirelessly transmitted to headsets worn by audience members. Sometimes referred to as UN-style interpretation, this service requires trained interpreters and specialised equipment, all of which can be provided by Overtaal.
Overtaal provides over-the-phone interpretation (OPI) services in over 170 languages, allowing you to overcome any language barrier in seconds. The calls in which we provide our translation services are usually routed through a call centre which is fully secure and access-controlled. No effort is spared to ensure the highest standards of professionalism and the most attractive and productive working environment.
- 170+ LANGUAGES
- 50% FASTER CONNECT TIMES
- 24/7/365 AVAILABILITY
With an advanced web-access video solution, our video remote interpretation (VRI) solutions enable voice, voice/video conference, and group collaboration sessions between client representatives, qualified language interpreters, and non-English-speaking customers/stakeholders. Overtaal’s VRI solutions are completely device-independent, and connections can be made virtually anywhere and on any device with an internet connection, including desktop and laptop computers, tablet devices, and smart phones.