The healthcare and pharmaceutical industries have been steadily expanding in recent years in order to meet customers’ growing demands for quality medical products and the like. Due to the constant creation and amendment of regulations, an increasing number of approved drugs have been made readily available to the public. This has resulted in growing competition between companies in these industries which offer similar products. As such, many businesses have made the move to go global. More than ever, there is a need to develop quality marketing materials which are suited for different cultural contexts.

In order to ensure the efficacy of their products, companies are investing more in healthcare market research and pharmaceutical analysis. Amidst this globalized landscape, research documents are available in a variety of languages from many locations around the world. As such, the accurate translation of such materials is necessary in order to gain a significant edge over competitors. At Verztec, we understand the importance of providing accurate and efficient translation services, especially so for documents pertaining to industries such as this one.

Furthermore, bringing a drug into a new market is often times a long and tedious process. However, with our team of dedicated translators and localization specialists, Verztec can help you no matter what stage of the product development process your organization may be at. From pharmaceutical research, to legal submissions, manufacturing and marketing matters, to even subsequent packaging issues, rest assured that Verztec’s expertise will achieve only the best for your organization.

Verztec’s capabilities extend to the various types of source documents:

  • Documentation for/from Clinical Trials
  • Drug Registration Documentation
  • Pharmaceutical Manuals
  • Reference Books and Guides
  • Packaging Materials (Labels, Package Inserts, etc.)
  • Scientific Papers
  • Academic Essays
  • Clinical Protocols
  • Dossiers
  • Marketing Materials (Leaflets, Brochures, Newsletters, etc.)
  • Information on Patients
  • Surveys
  • Legal Documents
  • Toxicology Reports
  • Case Report Forms (CRF)
  • Data Sheets
  • Websites, Intranet and Extranet Sites