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translation and interpreting services

Serbian, Croatian and Macedonian translations and interpreting

Speaking the language of our clients is what we do!

Prodirekt provides innovative, comprehensive and cost-effective language solutions to hundreds of clients. Quality standards and operational systems built over 20 years of language services delivery to clients from all industry sectors means that Prodirekt has the necessary expertise and resources to manage all your interpreting and translating requirements to the highest standards.

While our regional head office is in Belgrade, Serbia, we have comprehensive resources and robust infrastructure in place to deal with clients from all over the Southeast Europe. Our large pool of dedicated and qualified interpreters and translators can meet all your linguistic requirements, such as:

The language industry is becoming more and more automated; therefore, Prodirekt works hard to combine the technological advances with personal interactions. We also believe that our language solution specialists are our most important resource. By encouraging communication between the customer and the specialist we do not only show respect for the customer, but also for the specialist. Our specialists are fully certified, very experienced, and the best in the business. We do not make compromises in quality, and you should not have to either.

Please contact our offices for a quote.

Verbalisti (Verbalists) Communication & Language Network

Prodirekt is a founder of the largest regional language network Verbalisti, the professional association of practicing translators and interpreters in the Southeast Europe. It is one of the primary sources of information on these services to government, industry, the media and the general public. With its aim of promoting the highest standards in the profession, the network Verbalisti serves as a meeting place for all those who understand the importance of translation and interpreting to the economy and society, particularly with the expansion of a single European market of over forty languages and the growth of global communications.

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