Your Reliable Sango Translation Partner – CCJK
Need a Sango language translation? OK, why bother? Worried about not having found a trusted Sango translation provider yet? Throw away your worries now! Your reliable Sango translation agency – CCJK – is just here and ready to help you! Just tell us your requirements, and we will do the rest.
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Sango translation services you can trust
For Sango translations, CCJK only works with qualified and tested translators to guarantee the best service. All our Sango translators are professionals and only translate into their mother tongue. Translation is not an easy work. It is far more than a case of replacing words in one language with those in another. Languages never stop evolving. Sango is not different, but our Sango translators live in the country where the target language is spoken so that they can remain up to date with the changes in their mother tongue. If you need help with back translation from Sango, you can also rest assured that we can help you, because we have a great database of validated, high quality translators to meet your needs.
Once & Forever Philosophy – Choose CCJK once, and you will cooperate with it forever!
Once & Forever is our goal! To achieve this goal, we carefully deal with each small or big project. We know it clearly that every translation project is unique as it involves specific areas of expertise. For this reason we only use exactly the right person with the depth and range of industry expertise to handle your translation project. Moreover, 24/7 service guarantee ensures fast turnaround. As your translation agency, we will spare no efforts to work with you to help you achieve your objectives in local, national and international markets by providing professional translations of the highest quality
A Real Global Localization Service Provider
We offer a full spectrum of Sango translation service, including but not limited to:
* Document translation
* Website globalization
* Software localization
* Multilingual desktop publishing
* E-learning localization
* Technical authoring
* Software development
* Printing services
The industries involved are including but not limited to: Technology, Manufacturing, Financial and Healthcare.
Besides, our in-house professional engineers and web designers can offer all-in-one web construction and software development services according to your specific requirements. For more information, you can visit http://www.ccjk.com/development/website-development/.
A big and growing talent pool
Our talent pool boasts 2,000+ talented linguists all over the world now, but its size is increasingly growing. All outsourcing Sango translators we employ are proven and qualified translation experts. They will be required to sign up a contract with us to ensure the expected quality level and confidentiality. Meanwhile, our resource department will keep tract of their specialist areas, translation quality and use of translation tools, such as Trados, Transit, Catalyst, Wordfast, etc., so we can find exactly the right person for your assignment.
Regardless of the current big scale of our talent pool, the talent recruiting is an ever-lasting process. If you are a qualified Sango translator, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our site http://www.ccjk.com. Enjoy a new life and prosperous future with CCJK.
An introduction to the Sango Language
Sango (also spelled Sangho) is the main language spoken in the Central African Republic. There are an estimated 400,000 native speakers, as well as between 1.6 to 5 million second-language speakers worldwide.
Sango was originally used by river traders as a vehicular language or lingua franca, to make communication possible between different tribes not sharing the same mother tongue. Sango is based on the Northern Ngbandi dialect of the Sango tribe, and also shows some French influence.
Since the 1960s, with the fast growth of the capital of the Central African Republic, Bangui, the Sango language experienced immense development and increasingly wide application. Rural immigrants who came to the city spoke many different languages and used Sango only as a lingua franca, but their children now use Sango as their main (and sometimes only) language.
Sango became a national language in 1964 and an official language in 1991.