We help our clients "change the world one word at a time" by facilitating meaningful connections through linguistic support in more than 250 spoken languages, dialects, and various signed languages.
We serve our clients through every imaginable medium - in person, on paper, over the phone, through video, and online.
We consider ourselves "ambassadors of access". Ad Astra linguists possess native fluency and cross-cultural knowledge that ensures nothing gets lost in translation.
We provide the full array of written document translation in 200+ languages to render foreign language writers’ words with accuracy to context and fidelity to style. Our project managers handle all requests, no matter the technical complexity, time frame, or document size/volume. No project is too big or too small for our talented team as we have robust subject matter expertise across industries.
We pride ourselves on being flexible while offering the high quality services they expect from Ad Astra. We provide culturally appropriate communications access in an on-demand format. We serve our clients through every imaginable medium: in person, on paper, over the phone, through video conferences, and online. At Ad Astra, we serve our clients at any hour of the day, any day of the week. 24/7/365 isn’t just a saying with us, it’s a core value.
At Ad Astra, we understand the native languages and backgrounds of consumers and have the skillset to produce culturally appropriate and linguistically accurate work. Our linguists possess native fluency and cross-cultural knowledge that ensures nothing gets lost in translation. We strive to seamlessly break down communication barriers while accurately and faithfully conveying meaning and cultural context through full-service linguistic support.
We help our clients change the world one word at a time, by growing their businesses and organizations beyond language barriers. Our clients may come from different countries and industries, but they all have at least one thing in common: they serve diverse populations. This is why we consider ourselves ambassadors of access.