The DIN EN 15038 and ISO 17100 standards
DELTA will renew its DIN EN 15038 certification in October 2016, and has thus held this certification continuously since 2013.
Additional certification according to the successor standard ISO 17100 will follow; DELTA is already registered for this standard.
The new standard will replace the previous standard following a three-year transition period. ISO 17100 is more extensive and specific than DIN EN 15038 and allows comparisons between translation providers worldwide.
Mar 07, 2018
DELTA International is celebrating
20 years of multi-lingual, perfectly tailored translation services
Jul 03, 2017
SEO Keyword Localization
Imagine your typical marketing translation project: You have a big website to translate from en-GB to de-DE. You plan to update the source content regularly and want existing translations to be recycled, taking advantage of the latest translation memory technology.
Feb 14, 2017
We’re going even more global!
Now we have taken the next logical step in building our shared success: on 1st of December 2016 DELTA joined the SimulTrans Group (www.simultrans.com).
Oct 28, 2016
DELTA gains ISO 17100 certification
ISO 17100 is more extensive and specific than DIN EN I5038 and allows comparisons between translation providers worldwide.
Aug 19, 2016
Our four-eyes principle
In order to meet our own internal quality standards, DELTA always applies the four-eyes principle.
Jul 20, 2016
DIN EN 15038 and ISO 17100
DELTA renews DIN EN 15038 certification and is registered for ISO 17100