Prague, Czech Republic (PressExposure) October 16, 2008 -- Skrivanek Translation & Localization Services, a top-class global language solution provider based in the Czech Republic, is strengthening its presence in Russia.
"It is absolutely essential to be here in order to proceed with demanding Russian language projects in the top class quality and quick turn-around times expected by our clients," says Aiga Veckalne, the Executive Manager of Skrivanek for Baltic and Russian operations. "All in all, the market demand shows that our local presence in Russia is giving our clients better results, thus keeping the budget under control."
The centrally located office will be able to locally fulfil all Russian language needs that have been arising lately. Skrivanek's solid base of local translators, proofreaders and DTP specialists guarantees top quality translation and effective project management in Russian.
Whatever field you work in, Russian is becoming the essential language you need to work with. In today's world, it is absolutely necessary for successful international companies to include Russia in their global reach map. Russia is a country with a huge lucrative potential for all prospective companies but knowledge of the language and local customs is crucial for business success. It is extremely important to have your product fully localized for Russian markets, to have a Russian version of your website and all presentational materials.
At Skrivanek, we have been working and researching on the Russian market for a couple of years already and are now all set to fully implement all of our experience into major global projects. Despite the Russian market being economically temporarily depressed, the demand for the Russian language is actually constantly growing. Russian is the most widespread language in Eurasia and the most widely spoken Slavic language in the world; it is spoken as an official language in 10 countries and its growing importance is significant not only in the business world but also in diplomacy, culture and technical fields.