The “mobile-first culture” has arrived! According to a UN study, six billion of the world’s seven billion people had access to mobile phones as of 2013. Many analysts have predicted that mobile search will overtake desktop use by 2018; in some countries, including China and India, this is already the case. So if you’re not tapping into this market, then you’re missing out on a considerable number of potential customers. Moreover, last year, Google officially announced its “mobilegeddon” algorithm update and is penalizing companies for failing to adapt to mobile friendliness. Cognizant of this preference, as part of our website localization services, Ulatus also offers services to build a responsive, mobile-friendly website that will perform to its full potential even in a multilingual environment.
74% of Google searches come from mobile devices
34% of online purchases happen on a mobile device & this percentage is only increasing
Avg. smartphone conversion rates are 64% more than desktop rates
57% users say they won’t recommend a business with a poorly designed mobile site
# of mobile phone subscribers globally will be 4.8 billion by 2017—a BIG market for you
Mobile internet usage is desktop users globally
61% users are unlikely to return to a mobile site they had trouble accessing and 40% visit a competitor’s site instead
Responsive & mobile-friendly sites are preferred choice of search engines
I have been using Ulatus services regularly for some time now and their quality of work is really good. The style and accuracy with which they translated my various documents was exactly what I expected it to be. I am really impressed with their team who worked closely with me to translate our vision into reality.Desiree Lui, Abbott Informatics Asia Pacific Ltd.
When we approached Ulatus, we initially asked for literal translation. But when the authors reviewed the translation style, they wanted the text to be more fluent. So right in the middle of the project, Ulatus changed the style from literal to paraphrasing. We are so thankful to Ulatus for accommodating this change.Dr. Makoto Inoue, University Of Tokyo Press
This translator has over 25 years of experience as English to Japanese translator and writer. He has translated several guides, promotional videos, websites, and manuals. He worked with ASCII Corporation, Tokyo as a translator of software manuals and also as a writer for their weekly and monthly magazine. He has worked on several localization projects of Microsoft, McAfee, and Intel.
This translator holds a master’s degree in public relations and has more than 15 years of extensive experience in translating various formats of materials from Eng-lish to Chinese and vice versa. She specializes in finance, legal, medical, consumer, travel, and IT related articles, as well as in documents of journal-istic translation, advertising, marketing and promo-tional materials. She is well-versed in Trados, Chi-nese Word Processing, MS Office, and other technical platforms. In her acclaimed career, she has also offered other forms of translation services like transcreation, transcription, subtitle services, review mother-tongue text, revise junior translator’s translation, among others.
This translation checker has over 10 years of experience in translating documents from a wide range of subject areas. She holds a Master’s in Creative Writing. Her past experience includes Interpreter and Translator for firms such as AIG ALICO Japan, Citigroup Japan, and Sony Corporation.
This translator has more than 10 years of translation experience. She is a Brazilian native and currently resides in Brazil. She has extensive translation and interpretation experience in socioeconomics and communications. She is fluently bilingual and is skilled in Portuguese to English and English to Portuguese translation and interpreting.
An MBA graduate from the Wharton School, this translator is a multi-talented finance professional with a decade’s experience in translation in the stream of finance. She has also served in high positions across top financial institutions in the United States and has extensive knowledge of Japanese business and financial markets.
She holds a master’s degree in translation studies and has 6 years of experience in English to Chinese translation and vice versa. She specializes in a variety of genres including business communication, marketing, tourism materials, website translation, and more. Because of her prior work experiences in customer service operations, she possesses an excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.