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Iceland’s Ministry for Foreign Affairs’ Translation Centre is a “Satisfied Customer” of dtSearch

“I want to express my admiration for dtSearch and the service we get there.  The thing is that one doesn’t often need service (which is good) but when one needs it, it is first rate.”
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“For us who try and keep informed in this computer software wilderness, it is indeed very informative to read the universally positive dialogue on the Internet regarding dtSearch.”
Iceland FlagThe Translation Centre of Iceland’s Ministry for Foreign Affairs was established in 1990 to translate Acts falling under the European Economic Area Agreement (EEA) as well as the Agreement itself. By the end of 1994 all documents pertaining to the Agreement and its additional protocols had been translated.

At present, the main task of the Centre is to translate Acts falling under the Decisions of the EEA Joint Committee and other texts related to the European Economic Area. The Centre also translates international agreements and legal texts, formal letters and other such texts.

For text retrieval, the Translation Centre has used dtSearch for many years now. “I want to express my admiration for dtSearch and the service we get there,” writes the Computer Supervisor of the Translation Centre. “The thing is that one doesn’t often need service (which is good) but when one needs it, it is first rate.”

“For us who try and keep informed in this computer software wilderness, it is indeed very informative to read the universally positive dialogue on the Internet regarding dtSearch,” adds the Computer Supervisor. “That, in itself, is the best advertising you could get. Along with satisfied customers like myself, of course.”

The Ministry for Foreign Affairs is the “Official Gateway to Iceland.” For more information on the Ministry, please visit www.mfa.is. For more information on Iceland, please visit www.iceland.is.
 
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