We are pleased to announce the recent integration of WPML with Nativy Translations, a hassle-free professional translation service.

Nativy is a Vienna-based online translation agency that offers translation and proofreading services by professional translators for over 500 language combinations.

Setting up a translation project with WPML and Nativy takes only a few seconds. After sending your pages, you will see instant quotes on price and delivery.

With 53 specialization subjects such as marketing, IT, engineering, and legal, Nativy’s in-house algorithm compares your text with those previously translated by its translators and then assigns you a translator who has experience with your content-type and style.

In addition, Nativy’s online chat system allows you to communicate with your translator at any time while they are working on your project. If you need specific keywords for multilingual SEO or have special instructions for the translator, simply provide this information in “Notes for Translator” at the outset of the order or on the online chat system.

With Nativy you can also:

  •    Have a free “translation database” built for you with every order
  •    Manage translations with other team members
  •    Obtain cheaper and faster translations through Nativy’s translation memory tool

If you are already a WPML user and interested in using Nativy for translation, follow the instructions for translating WordPress sites with Nativy Translations. If you are new to WPML, feel free to purchase the Multilingual CMS package and get started.

One Response to “Nativy joins WPML as new translation partner”

  1. I just checked the Nativy website and It seem to be the Translation partner we’ll likely going to work it.

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