Volatia provides professional language interpretation and translation services throughout the state of Tennessee. Whether you are in the Blue Ridge, the Appalachian Ridge and Valley Region, the Appalachian Plateau, the Highland Rim, the Nashville Basin, or the Gulf Coastal Plain, Volatia is uniquely capable of bridging all of your language and cultural barriers. The secret sauce is our proprietary technology, coupled with our vast network of qualified professional interpreters and translators.
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Among the many reasons to choose Volatia for your language access program, below are a few to consider:
1. We support more than 280 languages ondemand. Simply download our mobile app or login our online portal to request or schedule your language needs or connect to an interpreter within seconds.
2. We’re local. Volatia employs interpreters and translators in Nashville, Murfreesboro, Chattanooga, Jackson, Clarksville, Franklin, Johnson City, Bartlett, Hendersonville and surrounding areas.
3. We’re always available. We offer 24/7 year-round support to all of Tennessee. In addition to our phone and video interpreter services, you can also access onsite or in-person interpreters ondemand.
4. We have a broad range of experience. We support some of Tennessee's most important industries, including healthcare, legal, government, finance, insurance, transportation, utilities, general businesses.
Volatia Language Access Solutions in Tennessee
Language Interpretation and Translation Services in Tennessee
Like many southeastern states, Tennessee’s foreign-born population is most densely settled around its urban centers. Of Tennessee’s more than 300,000 foreign-born residents, the largest concentration lives in and around Nashville, which is also the state’s legendary music hub.
However, Tennessee’s map of residents who speak languages other than English in the home stands out from those of its border states. Yes, the total number is less than many surrounding states at just under 500,000, but a larger number of communities have ESL populations of statistical significance.
This geography raises the probability of encountering an individual with limited English proficiency (LEP) in your business, government agency or emergency room. If you fail to deliver the kind of care or service someone requires, you risk at least your reputation and their business. At most, you could be held liable or in violation of federal laws or other regulations.
Why Interpreters and Translators are needed in Tennessee
It is not surprising, given the rich diversity of Tennessee, that more than five languages are highly prevalent throughout the state.
These languages are: