Primoscrib, which has been in business since 2006 and has been a registered vendor for the United Nations since 2009 sees the U.S. market as an attractive avenue for growth. With an initial focus on the greater Washington, DC region, the company seeks to develop case studies and build initial client relationships. With a dedication to quality and value and a uniquely European approach to translation and project management, Primoscrib is interested in establishing long-term relationships with clients that provide maximum value.
“Primoscrib takes a refreshing approach to deliver high-quality translations at a budget that is tailored to the needs of each client,” said Fabian Plath, Project Manager. “We see tremendous opportunity in the greater DC region, because Primoscrib has such a compelling offering. Our approach to pricing is very unique. We see each translation job as a distinct project and are able to offer pricing that includes edits and post-translation corrections, without charging our client over and over.”
Primoscrib expects to gain an initial number of clients before establishing a physical office in Washington, DC. It is this kind of commitment to efficiency that enables Primoscrib to consistently deliver more value than many of its competitors. During the initial launch phase, the company is seeking to establish relationships with primarily law firms and technology companies, for whom correct and timely translation is an essential part of their global client satisfaction.
For more information, please contact Fabian Plath at (240) 813-3326 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.