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Standard CAN/CGSB-131.10-2008, Translation Services

The CAN/CGSB-131.10-2008 Translation Services Standard was established in 2008. It was adapted from the European Committee for Standardization (CEN)’s standard for translation services, EN 15038.

In 2009, NLP Technologies Inc. was one of the first companies in Canada to adopt the Language IndustryAssociation of Canada (AILIA)’s CAN/CGSB-131.10-2008 national standard for translation services.

In July 2012, NLP renewed the standard, thus allowing it to consolidate its competitive advantage by proving more than ever that its translation services, processes and systems are trustworthy.

This Canadian national standard defines the process requirements for translation services providers (TSP). It establishes the criteria required throughout the translation process (from the request for a quote to the delivery of a service that meets customer requirements).

Some of the wording and content was adjusted to reflect the Canadian perspective on translation. In other words, CAN/CGSB-131.10-2008 was created to serve the specific needs of the Canadian translation services industry and its clients all over the world.

Beyond the credibility this certification gives you, there are several benefits to working with NLP’s certified team, namely:

  • NLP is your trusted translation partner, helping you increase your business opportunities
  • The unique translation services of NLP will set you apart from many of your competitors
  • NLP’s translation services grant added credibility that increases your clients’ confidence in working with you
  • NLP’s certifications add increased consistency in process and in quality
  • NLP improves service performance to keep clients satisfied
  • NLP brings clearer processes and procedures within your organization, as well as enhanced workflows and role definitions, so clients and staff know what to expect
  • NLP uses a methodology to identify non-compliance and further ensure client satisfaction
  • NLP ensures risk management and protection for everyone, including TSP, clients, individual providers and the public
  • NLP warrants unification of terminology within the translation sector.