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Business Technology for Interpreters

August 17, 2022

Find out how digital glossaries, automatic captioning, and software for scheduling and accounting can help you run your interpreting business.

We need all the help we can get when it comes to running the business side of our interpreting services. So, join this Back to Business Basics webinar for an update on the latest in business technology: from software addressing internal controls, such as accounting, scheduling, and communication, to on-the-job tools that can reduce fatigue and increase organization. This webinar will not only cover specific software but also show you how to evaluate and select the tools that are right for your business.

You will learn how to:

  1. Identify programs and techniques to help run your interpreting business
  2. Think strategically about specific technology needs and how to meet them

About the Presenter

Elena Langdon, M.A., CT, CoreCHI, has been a Portuguese>English interpreter and translator since 2000. She is an ATA-certified translator (Portuguese>English) as well as a core-certified healthcare interpreter (Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters). Elena has a Masters in translation studies and has been teaching translation and interpreting since 2005. She was chairperson of the National Board of Certification for Medical Interpreters and a director of ATA, in addition to serving on the boards of the National Council for Healthcare Interpreting and New England Translators Association. She also writes for MultiLingual Media.


Stay for the Networking!

Immediately following the presentation, ATA’s Membership Committee will host a 30-minute networking session. Make plans to stay a while and get to know other webinar attendees one-to-one.


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August 17, 2022
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Presenter(s): Elena Langdon
Duration: 45 minutes
Presenting Language(s): English
Level: Beginner
ATA CEPs: 0.0

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