Locaria certified to ISO 9001 and ISO 17100 standards

Tuesday January 29, 2019 - Posted by:

Following an extensive review of Locaria’s workflow and quality processes, the company has this week gained certification by the international quality standards ISO 9001: 2015 and ISO 17100: 2015, for the provision of localisation and multilingual content services and translation services, respectively.

Locaria COO, Lindsay Hong, commented: “Our global client base is growing and with exciting new brands coming on board, who may be new to digital language services, we felt that it was important to document our proven capabilities. ISO is an internationally recognised standard and we were delighted to confirm through the certification process that the quality and depth of services we offer exceeds industry standards.”

Read more about quality in digital language services here.

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