Chasse Consulting Announces New Translation Division

Top Quote Chasse Consulting: Sales Strategies, Inc. is excited to announce its expansion into the translation arena this summer with the addition of a new translation services branch to augment its growing portfolio of professional services. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) July 17, 2011 - Chasse Consulting: Sales Strategies, Inc., a leading provider of sales performance consulting for Fortune 500 companies, announced an expansion into the translation arena this summer, bringing new jobs to Austin previously outsourced overseas. The new service will be available as an add-on package or stand-alone product.

    "For years we've partnered closely with our clients to provide cost-effective sales solutions that enhance the sales cycle and effectively generate revenue growth," said Chasse Consulting president and CEO Beverly Chasse. "Our new translation department will allow us to augment our core product offerings and seasoned staff with an even greater capability to broaden and exceed customer needs."

    Previously, Chasse clients were forced to send material to foreign and/or third party contractors to have projects translated for non-English speaking audiences. The move to bring translation in house as a bundled service or singular product arms Chasse with the added flexibility of meeting customer needs in a more convenient manner that eliminates outside agencies and added costs. Chasse has hired Rochelle Carlin as the new unit's director.

    "We're happy to stay in the company tradition of attracting top-quality talent while bringing additional jobs to Austin." said Chasse. "Rochelle boasts more than 10 years experience in the translation and project management field and we look forward to leveraging her expertise in tandem with our product solutions to continue expanding our robust portfolio of services."

    A year after relocating its offices, Chasse Consulting has seen exponential growth, having more than quadrupled its staff. By month's end, the company expects to hire four new translators, with two more to be on-boarded within the year in the language areas of French, German, Chinese and Japanese.

    "When a company sends their translations to a traditional language service provider (LSP), the LSP's main concern is purchasing the least expensive translation option at the fastest turnaround from the freelancer as possible to ensure profits," said Carlin. "At Chasse Consulting, our focus is on quality. Our team is here to collaborate closely with the client to ensure that the highest levels of quality and customer service are attained."

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