Raleigh, NC Translation Services
S2 Lingua is a global translation company in the Research Triangle. We empower North Carolina businesses and organizations with multilingual communication.
North Carolina's Global Translator
S2 Lingua is an NC translation company with a global network of trusted translators. Our office is at Centre Green office park in Cary—just a stone's throw away from RTP and equidistant from Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill. We translate for businesses and organizations throughout North Carolina.
Trusted Since 2007
We’ve completed thousands of projects in over 65 languages. Clients trust us because we understand their industry, use accurate and consistent terminology, and deliver on-time and on-budget.
“Very happy with the price, service and turnaround time.”
-UNC Health Sciences Library
Our Translation Services
Raleigh translation services for businesses and organizations
S2 Lingua is ISO 17100 Certified
ISO 17100 is the only internationally recognized quality standard specific to translation production. We’re annually reviewed by an accredited auditor to ensure our translations meet the highest quality.
Why it matters to you:
- It guarantees our translators and editors are appropriately qualified.
- It keeps translation error to a minimum.
- It ensures secure and systematic handling of project files.
- It requires workflow optimization for translation speed and consistency.
The S2 Lingua Advantage
Saving Raleigh time and money with streamlined translations
Raleigh translations that are accurate, on-time, and on-budget.
We translate for a diversity of North Carolina organizations and industries
S2 Lingua provides Greater Raleigh businesses and organizations with a dependable translation service that’s backed by cultural fluency, streamlined language solutions, and top-tier project management.
We specialize in the healthcare, technology, and manufacturing industries. Our translators are subject matter experts and ensure correct and consistent terminology.
We’re translation project management experts and adhere to a strict ISO 17100 certified QA program. This guarantees our clients will receive a quality product on time and to budget whether its a single language document or a multilingual campaign.
Manufacturing & Technical
S2 Lingua specializes in technical translation and marketing for North Carolina manufacturers of medical devices, automotive and mechanical components, military or agricultural equipment, and advanced materials. Our ISO 17100 certification guarantees strict quality control and precise translation terminology.
Life Sciences & Medical
We provide medical translation services for healthcare providers, researchers, and pharmaceutical manufacturers. Whether you want to guarantee conceptual accuracy for foreign patients, technical accuracy for global clinicians, or regulatory compliance for IRBs, our medical translators can help you succeed.
Technology & Software
We provide language services for software developers, hardware manufacturers, and telecommunication companies in the greater Research Triangle region. We specialize in software and web localization services, including internationalization, culturalization assessments, and user interface testing.
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Marketing and Sales
The Triangle's Global Growth
The Research Triangle is consistently ranked as one of the fastest-growing regions, and its reach is increasingly global.
According to Wake County Economic Development, the area is home to more than 700 foreign-owned companies from many industries, including Healthcare, Banking, IT, and Manufacturing.
With this global network comes opportunities for partnerships and better access to international consumers, resources, and investment.
Go Global with Professional Translation Services
With its mix of strong entrepreneurial spirit and established multinationals, its draw of global talent, and access to top technology and research, many greater Raleigh area companies are expanding their global horizons—either boldly taking that first step to enter a foreign market, or seeking out better ways to connect with or grow their current international audience.
Effective communication is essential to the success of a global campaign. Whether marketing to international consumers, outlining a plan or proposal to investors, or partnering with a foreign outsourcer, businesses face the challenge of translating into a foreign language while maintaining clarity and ensuring the original intent and purpose of their content.
Your tone and style of communication complement your business image. S2 Lingua’s translators account for the social and cultural nuances across foreign markets and preserve the intent and objective of your message.
Ready to knock down the language barrier? Let's get started.
In the Community
04/31/20 | Chatham Public Health | Pittsboro, NC
Chatham County Partners With S2 Lingua for COVID-19 Translations
The Chatham County Public Health Department has partnered with S2 Lingua to provide Spanish translations of COVID-19 resources and information to its Hispanic and Latino community.
11/14/19 | Go Global NC | RTI International
50 Years of North Carolina’s Global Engagement and Leadership
S2 Lingua was at the NC Global Advantage Forum last week at RTI. Local speakers from diverse industries shared their ideas on continued global success for North Carolina and promoting its talent and opportunities for global engagement.
10/04/19 | NCWTA | Durham, NC
NCWTA Research Triangle Event on Building Bridges with China
It was a great NCWTA Research Triangle event today on Building Bridges with China. Thanks to Steve Posson, Blake Jackman, and Aaron Brott for the insightful data on NC-China trade opportunities.
09/30/19 | WCED | Wake County, NC
WCED partners with S2 Lingua for Translation of Trade Mission Collateral
Wake County Economic Development began its trade mission to France and the UK today. The S2 Lingua team was thrilled to work with the WCED on the translation and localization of their marketing collateral into French.
09/17/19 | NCWTA | The Research Triangle, NC
S2 Lingua Joins the North Carolina World Trade Association
The S2 Lingua team is honored to be the newest member of the NCWTA Research Triangle Chapter, and we look forward to working with our network of experts to help North Carolina go global.
08/01/19 | UNC | Chapel Hill, NC
UNC partners with S2 Lingua for Translation of Health Info Website
UNC Health Sciences released a localized version of its health info website today to help Spanish speakers make informed health care decisions. S2 Lingua was honored to be chosen to provide the Spanish translation and help make an impact in our local community.
07/26/19 | Raleigh Chamber | Raleigh, NC
NCDHHS Secretary Mandy Cohen, Daniel Carter of Ascendient, and an expert panel spoke on health improvement. A main theme was focusing on communities by providing access to healthier food, transportation, and preventative care.
07/18/19 | Raleigh Chamber | Raleigh, NC
Keynote Speaker Marek Gootman and a panel spoke on attracting foreign owned business to North Carolina and how The Research Triangle is transforming into a global region. The panel included members from SAS, BASF, and Mann+Hummel.
06/12/19 | NC Biotech | Research Triangle Park, NC
Today we listened to medtech marketing expert Brian Regan speak on the hurdles and strategies for promoting medical technology to stakeholders and bringing it to market.
07/16/19 | NC Biotech | Research Triangle Park, NC
We enjoyed hearing Amy DeWinter, founder of Ascenda Medical and Lori Melliere, Outreach and Client Services Librarian speak on Life Science Marketing Research at NC Biotech today.
06/05/19 | Raleigh Chamber | Raleigh, NC
We enjoyed networking with our fellow new members of the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce at its orientation event. We presented to and heard from a diverse group of local business owners.
05/21/19 | NC Biotech | Research Triangle Park, NC
Today we heard David Chapin and Gary Towning speak at North Carolina Biotechnology Center’s Life Science Marketing Group panel on “Why Life Science Companies Need Branding.”