Key Data Extraction
It may be a little unusual for a language services company to tell you not to perform translation services. But, in some cases, there is simply no need. Sometimes there is a specific business need to understand select information with an explicit purpose – which is why we offer key data extraction.
Our team of linguists will save costs for your business by abstracting only the most relevant information. It’s a service we are only able to offer because we exclusively employ language professionals who are industry experts, meaning they can distinguish relevant information with confidence, for complete compliance.
Finding the perfect fit for a global fashion house
A leading fashion brand, with many hundreds of stores and boutiques in various countries and a multibillion-dollar worldwide revenue, were conducting internal auditing and regulatory compliance activities. They required information held inside leases, totalling thousands of pages, from their Chinese and Japanese retail outlets for the purpose of reporting in the company’s native language.
Our Lease Abstraction service extracts important legal information from documents. For companies with operations that span multiple territories and jurisdictions, the alternative could be extremely costly and time-intensive.
AMLiss™, meanwhile, is our solution to address anti-money laundering compliance for legal professionals in public practice or in-house. The system has also been extended to provide a content scanning and information classification service for any type of high-volume foreign language documentation. It’s a process that enables professionals to focus on the content that matters, and quickly identify areas of risk that warrant full translation without the initial outlay.
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