The name Consense is derived from “context-sensitive”.
Context is at the core of everything we do. For example, we always take account of:
- the context of our customers (market segment, type of business, corporate culture, products and services, competitors);
- the context of our services (customer-focused, swift and professional, quality-enhancing);
- the context of an assignment (type of text, style, message, target audience);
- the context of the translation process (customer needs, feasibility, (human) resources, progress monitoring, status reports, delivery and evaluation).
In other words, for us – and for you – Consense means quality, reliability and continuity.