Reading, United Kingdom, June 12, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Language Services company Prestige Network have reported 40% growth for the 2007/08 financial year, a company record.
This can be accounted for, in part, by pointing to the increased rise in demand that language services now experience. This rise in demand is widely acknowledged to be due to pressure from within public and commercial sectors to revise the services they offer. The issue they all face is just how to accommodate the country's ever diversifying language base.
And as this trend has swept across all areas of public and consumer markets, enquiries to Prestige Network regarding booking translators and interpreters have soared. In order to communicate with a cosmopolitan audience, your message must spoken in a cosmopolitan manner. This is why language services, such as those provided by companies like Prestige Network are now in such high demand.
The company's Sales & Business Development Director Shawn Khorassani comments, "The investment we have made into systems and our unique customer service experience have rewarded us with a large number of new clients.
The balance of keeping our clients as well as attracting new ones is a priority for us as we move into our next phase as a business. We have implemented processes that include assigning an individual account manager and operations director, as well as a customer service team, with the knowledge and experience to point clients in the right direction."
With growth comes expansion. And Prestige Network have embarked on a radical recruitment and restructuring programme to better enable them to cope with this new, intensified level of business success.
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Notes to Editors
Formed in 1991, Prestige Network is a specialist language services provider based in Thatcham, Berkshire with office locations in Cardiff, Edinburgh and London.
They provide a full UK wide service in all languages.
With over 4,000 linguists skilled in over 200 languages at their disposal, Prestige Network can cater for all language and communications needs in the public sector, including central and local government departments, the NHS, charities, the police and other public organisations.
They can provide services in language translation, face-to-face and telephone interpreting, website translation, multilingual publishing, voice recording, Braille, British Sign Language, language and cultural consultancy as well as language teaching.