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Hands in Motion is pleased to announce the launch of their Video Remote Interpreting (VRI) Service for Deaf and Hard of Hearing consumers and consumers who speak another language nationwide

What’s better than having top-notch, highly qualified live interpreters? Access to those same interpreters 24/7 regardless of where you are, what time it is or what you need them for. Hands in Motion launches today their on-demand Video Remote Interpreting across the entire United States for both Deaf and non-English speaking clients. “We are proud to be able to break into this market of interpreting without sacrificing the quality of our work. We are excited to be able to offer last-minute interpreting services to those at the most critical times. For example, a consumer in a hospital Emergency Room should not have to wait for an interpreter to arrive before being seen. We know that with our services readily available, equal access will continue to be provided,” states Leslie Puzio, Operations Director.

Hands in Motion’s one-stop interpreting solution includes VRI for ASL and Spanish, as well as Over the Phone Interpreting (OPI) for 175 spoken languages from a single device. Hands in Motion plans to add ten additional VRI spoken languages this year.

This service is perfect for those settings where a Sign Language or Spoken Language Interpreter is not available or when the amount of time needed is minimal and VRI would be better utilized. Hands in Motion offers both last minute and pre-scheduled VRI services. “We are excited to offer cutting edge technology by offering VRI nationally. Our dedication to high quality interpreting and equal access is now available remotely. We are now able to serve the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community instantaneously and cost effective in every corner of America,” states Jeremy Mann, CEO and President.

For more information about Hands in Motion’s Video Remote Interpreting services, please contact Leslie Puzio at lpuzio@himservice.com or http://www.himservice.com/services/vri-cart.

About Hands in Motion.
Hands in Motion (HIM) was established in 2006 by Jeremy Mann and is based in Washington, D.C. HIM provides American Sign Language Interpreting Services, CART Services and Video Remote Interpreting Services to the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, as well as nationwide. At Hands in Motion, our mission is, “The sky’s the limit when it comes to providing equal access to the world”. We aim to act as an extension of our clients and provide the most complete and accurate interpretation possible. We strive to provide the highest quality job performance and exemplary customer service to our customers. For more information about HIM, go to http://www.himservice.com

Contact Details: 2100 M Street NW, #170-275 Washington, DC 20037
877-310-8389 (phone)
877-310-8389 (fax)


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A Global Translation Services Firm Specializing In Foreign Language Translation, Interpreting And Website Localization, Has Introduced A New And Updated Website

This Foreign Translations, Inc. state-of-the-art website is completely modernized to offer a new look and feel, making it easier and faster for visitors to find the information needed. A clear navigation menu provides information about translation services, languages, and even tailored information for various industries. Customers and Partners will find sections specific to their needs that supply the relevant and vital information about Foreign Translations, Inc.’s quality processes and services.

According to CEO, Ken Zwerdling “Our new site uses state-of-the-art technology, graphics and navigation that corporate users expect in 2011. We are a resource portal not just for language and translation services but more importantly for the way we are helping companies Go Global With Confidence®.”

Website visitors can also gather detailed information at our new Knowledge Center (http://www.foreigntranslations.com/user/signin). There are downloadable guides on globalization and international business etiquette, the option of reading numerous white papers with insight on communicating internationally, and the availability to utilize valuable globalization tools such as currency conversions, time zone charts, free translation tools, and weights and measures conversion tools.

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