Nicole OberholzerLanguage Consultant and Certified Translator
Oberholzer Translations Services short OTS was founded in 2003 by Nicole Oberholzer. Since then, the company has continually evolved into a network of collaborating translators to the end of delivering high-quality and effective communication for business domiciled in Switzerland.
Would you like to present your business at its best for a Swiss audience - then look no further and ask us to either translate your texts or polish your already existing texts in another locale (e.g. Germany) to suit your Swiss customers.
We specialise in providing translations into Switzerland’s two mainly spoken languages, German and French. Our network of translators also includes native English and French speakers who translate into their mother tongue. Just ask for a quote in your language combination. We also offer notarised translations in German.
We offer bilingual and monolingual proofreading. Whether you need an additional set of eyes to check a translation or carefully read a document to be published for errors in spelling, punctuation or grammar, we have the right experts for you.
We are specialised in localising your already existing texts and websites in another locale (e.g. German for Germany or Austria) into German for a Swiss readership. It’s the little things that matter and make your customers feel at home.
Problems with your Trados translation software? Need a tailored introduction to Trados for your new employees? We have a certified Trados user who can help you solve issues with the software and show your employees get the best out of it.
Do you need an external assessment of a translation? Let one of our experts have a look and give a statement on the quality of a translation in regard to whether it is accurate, uses the correct technical terms, is stylistically appropriate for the target audience and provides a fluent reading experience.
Brand Name Analysis
Are you about to launch a new brand in Switzerland? Take no risk and let several of our linguists tell you what your potential brand name evokes in a Swiss audience. It is important to know of any connotations or slang associations before you spend any money on branding.