SEATTLE, July 30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Common Sense Advisory, an independent research firm committed to objective research and analysis for translation, localization and interpreting, just released its 2015 Language Services Market Report, which lists InDemand Interpreting among the top 100 Global Language Service Providers and among the top 40 North American Language Service Providers.
InDemand Interpreting, a leading provider of Video Remote Interpreting (VRI) within healthcare, provides immediate access to a video remote interpreter across the entire continuum of care. InDemand is lowering provider and patient wait times while supporting the improvement of clinical outcomes.
For the 11th consecutive year, Common Sense Advisory (CSA) Research conducted its annual study of the market for outsourced language services and technology in “The Language Services Market: 2015.”
The report included an annual review of the translation, localization, and interpreting services and technology industry. This year, CSA surveyed 860 providers from an updated database of 18,097 firms. This report analyzes the market data from the 2014 calendar year and new developments since the previous annual report released in June 2014.
“We are absolutely committed to providing the highest quality medical interpreting in the industry,” said InDemand Interpreting CEO Jim Ewel. “Patients and our healthcare partners deserve nothing less. I’d like to congratulate our interpreters as this ranking is a reflection of their skill and dedication to patients and their quality of their care.”
About InDemand Interpreting
InDemand Interpreting was founded in 2007 with the vision of ensuring that every patient receives the highest quality healthcare, regardless of language, cultural background or disability. By delivering the most experienced medical interpreters and highest quality video technology InDemand Interpreting provides doctors, nurses and clinicians the language access they need to provide the best possible care. Visit InDemand at medical interpreting