Slator Study 2021: the company is among the top 100 translation service providers in the world for the third time
In 2021, we were pleased to learn tolingo has once again been named one of the 100 biggest international translation agencies. The recent Slator 2021 Language Service Provider Index confirms that status; the study is conducted every year by the independent market research institute of the same name. The study primarily looks at the turnober figures of the participating translation agencies. tolingo achieved 93rd place in a worldwide comparison.
“In Germany alone, there are thousands of translation agencies and freelancer translators. To be ranked as one of the biggest 100 agencies on the international market for the third time running is an honour that we’re especially happy to receive,” says Jens Völkel, tolingo’s managing director.
“This great international ranking is a testament to our company’s success. It motivates us to continue to grow and, in the coming years, improve our ranking even further.”
Our priorities remain the same: top quality and customer satisfaction
tolingo’s consistent area of expertise is in delivering fast, reliable and above all high-quality translations. We offer translations into any world language and consistently receive excellent feedback from our clients. In customer satisfaction surveys, tolingo achieves an average rating of 97.8 percent. This is the kind of outstanding result which we seek to maintain year after year.
Customers especially appreciate the webshop
Our clients are also increasingly appreciative of the ease of working with our webshop. This tool allows customers to upload documents for translation at their own convenience (24/7) and immediately place an order.
Express orders are also popular
We offer a wide variety of language combinations for standard and express orders through our webshop. To use one example, translations are available from German into 27 other languages. These include the most widely spoken global languages such as English, Mandarin, Spanish, French and Arabic, as well as many other languages such as Bulgarian, Estonian and Turkish.