WorldAccent is a UK-based agency that has been providing a dependable Malay translation service to businesses and organizations for several decades.
With our experience and thoroughness, we will supply translations into Malay that are accurate, appropriate and sensitive to the profile of your readership.
An dedicated project manager from our London office will oversee your job from receipt through to delivery, keeping it to schedule and available for an queries you may have.
Find out how we can fulfil your Malay document translation requirements by contacting us for a free quote.
Professional Malay translators
Effective translations will pay attention not only to accuracy, but also to style, linguistic connotations and cultural appropriateness.
So the Malay translator we employ for your job will be a professional native speaker with the language skills, education and expertise appropriate for the subject matter of your document, be it marketing, legal, technical or whatever else.
The selected linguist will be fully briefed on the context of the assignment, including your target audience and the role of the document within your communication strategy.
Furthermore, our use of the latest software will ensure consistency within your current Malay translation project and also across any related projects. It can also help to reduce costs and turnaround times.
If you wish, you may review your translations prior to final delivery.
What can we translate into Malay?
We can process most electronic file formats directly. There’s usually no need to create a separate document or extract the text that should be translated – just send us your English version as it stands and we will do the rest. Some of our most frequent file types include InDesign, Word, Excel, Powerpoint, HTML, XML, Illustrator, Quark Xpress, Photoshop and subtitles.
Please see our translation FAQs page for more information.
More Malay language solutions
We also offer an accomplished Malay typesetting service. This can be combined with translation in a way that creates efficiencies and economies over carrying out the two separately, which will help reduce your costs.
Our in-house studio will apply the same high standards to converting your publication from English to Malay as we do to the text itself.
Two points of note on Malay:
- It is an Austronesian language closely related to Indonesian
- As well as being the official language of Malaysia, it is also spoken in Singapore, Brunei, Indonesia and southern Thailand