New UNI EN ISO 17100:2015 certification

On 8 July 2016 STUDIO TRE was certified as meeting UNI EN ISO 17100:2015 standards, thereby reaffirming its status as a provider of high quality translation services.

ISO 17100:2015 certification has now replaced the previous UNI EN 15038:2006 certification, and sets out the standard requirements for delivering translation services. In accordance with the provisions of the new European Union directive, certification is granted based on the assessment of several factors, ranging from translators’ qualifications through to post-production processes.

The required competencies for translators, as set out in the ISO 17100:2015 standard, include suitably documented language skills, combined with geocultural competencies in the source and target languages. A further requirement is for a documented process of constant updating of competencies.

According to the standard, the translation process is required to follow a series of different steps, namely analysis of the project, translation of the text, in-depth revision, final verification before delivery, and post-production support.

One of the crucial factors for granting certification is also interaction with the client, which plays a key role in both the initial agreement and the management of the post-production process. Any changes and complaints must be handled in the best possible manner, paying due regard to the clients and their requirements.

The STUDIO TRE team has proved yet again that it meets all these requirements, having been granted once more this important certification – a demonstration of the quality, professionalism and precision in the delivery of its services.


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