Patent Translation Service Company--Lion Translaion
Posted Sep 24 2013 7:34am
Applying for a patent is very tedious work; all of your documents must be translated into the required language or if you are applying for a Patent Cooperation Treaty, your patent documents must be translated into several languages at once. Patent Cooperation Treaty is an agreement among several countries that they will respect any patent applied through this treaty. This is the most convenient way of applying for a patent because it includes several countries in one application.
Patent translation is a tedious job and companies who offer this type of services are often expensive. In order for the output to be precise and error free several persons must work on it. The translator must work with an expert about the subject in translating technical documents. So if it involves engineering, the translator will work with an engineer in order to come up with a 100 percent error free output.
The price or the bill of the company must not be the basis in selecting this type of service. If you settle for a cheap company you just might get a cheap output with a lot of errors that requires reapplication. Go for a reputed company that has been in this business for a relatively long time. This type of company has a lot to lose if their work is not top quality. Some companies can offer machine translation which is cost friendly but are also accurate and precise. This type of process is ideal if your patent does not require experts and only needs translators.
There are also companies who can partner with manufacturers and inventors in applying for patents in several countries. They will handle all the requirements such as document translations and they have lawyers who will help with the technicalities in applying for a patent in different countries. This is perfect for those who do not have an idea on how to apply for a patent. Letting the company handle the application is best because they know what to do and this mostly results in the approval of the patent.