How Can CIS Help You?
Conference Interpreter Services (CIS) specialises in providing interpreting and translation services and equipment for international conferences and corporate meetings in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia-Pacific region. Since its establishment in 1976, CIS has provided language services to over 750 international conferences. Our clients have included professional conference organisers, industry associations, government departments and private companies.
Within the business events industry, the languages in greatest demand are: French, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Japanese, Korean and Mandarin. We can source conference interpreters and translators in all of these languages, as well as many other European and Asian languages.
As a reputable specialist conference language service provider, we pride ourselves on over 36 years of dedicated service in bridging the gap of communication linking people of different nationalities around the globe. Conference Interpreting, also known as Simultaneous Interpreting, is an extremely complex art to master. We always place a premium on excellence of delivery and engage professional linguists whose skills have been honed through years of experience, who command a vast repository of information and knowledge, both linguistic and extra linguistic, and have a proven capacity to quickly grasp the unique and complex discourse of each and every one of the many varied assignments through dedicated pre-conference research and study.
We look forward to the opportunity of partnering with you to achieve an excellent outcome for your next event!
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Are interpreters and translators doomed to extinction?
Artificial intelligence is changing the world. It is expected that optometrists will be obsolete in less than 7 years as will 70% of the legal profession, and truck, bus and taxi drivers will disappear in the foreseeable future.
The business events industry will also be impacted by change. One area that may disppear is human interpreters/translators.
The traditional conference interpreting setting includes the need to erect sound proof booths and providing infra-red receivers and headsets for delegates. This is a very costly exercise.
The rapid development of smart technology will ena...
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