Cactus Communications receives ISO 17100 Certification for translation services

Cactus Communications

April 15, 2024

Cactus Communications (CACTUS), a leading science communication and technology company, proudly announces that it has received the ISO 17100 Certification. The globally recognized certification sets the benchmark for excellence in translation services. This certification reflects CACTUS’s commitment to delivering exceptional translation services to its global clientele.

The ISO 17100 certification signifies that CACTUS’s translation services, offered under its flagship brand Editage, meet rigorous quality standards and adhere to industry best practices. The certification was granted by UK-based ISO Quality Services Ltd. after a meticulous audit of CACTUS’s translation processes.

With CACTUS’s ISO 17100-certified translation services, researchers can be assured of accurate, consistent, and clear translations that adhere to requisite language and style guidelines. The thorough review and revision process, including editing and post-editing by bilingual reviewers, ensures that translated content meets the highest standards of quality outlined in the ISO 17100 standard. This assurance of quality empowers researchers to confidently communicate their findings to a global audience, enhancing the impact and reach of their research contributions.

Abhishek Goel, Co-Founder and CEO, Cactus Communications, commented, “At CACTUS, we have always focused on providing best-in-class services to our clients across the globe. This ISO 17100 certification is proof that we are committed to providing researchers with reliable and high-quality translations that meet the stringent standards.”

Prabh Grewal, Senior Vice President, Operations (Research Solutions), stated, “This certification reaffirms our dedication to providing researchers with exceptional support throughout their publication journey. With ISO 17100-certified translation services, researchers can confidently communicate their findings to a global audience.”

Julia Meaden, Lead Assessor at ISO Quality Services Ltd., added, “Cactus Communications does more than meet the requirements of ISO 17100; they exceed them. A customer-centric approach is evident with clearly defined processes and a focus on continual improvement.

This certification marks a significant milestone in CACTUS’s ongoing mission to empower researchers and enhance the quality and accessibility of scholarly communication worldwide. With ISO 17100-certified translation services, CACTUS continues to play a pivotal role in facilitating collaboration, knowledge dissemination, and innovation in the research community.

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