Professional Polish Translation Services

Get ahead of the competition and successfully enter the Polish market, with content that actually delivers. We offer professional, fast, and cost-effective Polish translation services, so you can deliver your message like a true local.

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The Taia platform is easy to use. The customer support and accessibility of the Taia team is excellent. The translations are of good quality and delivered as agreed. Technology offers affordable prices. Very satisfied.

Vojko Pezdir, Head of Marketing @Euroton

Meet our Polish Translators

Our top priority at Taia is to provide our clients with high-quality, fast, and cost-effective translation services. Our dedicated team of 600 professional and highly experienced translators not only possess extensive linguistic skills but also have a proven track record of working and translating in specific industries. We have created a rigorous onboarding process for our translators, ensuring that we only work with the most experienced and highly skilled translators on the market.

Our expert team of translators will help you manage your Polish translation project and meet all of your translation requirements, whatever the scope of your project, in order to achieve the goal you are striving for. All your translation projects will be delivered in strict accordance with the high standards of ISO17100:2015 to make sure that you get the highest quality service possible.

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Polish to English & English to Polish Translation Services
We offer a wide range of quality translation services to meet your Polish and industry-specific translation requirements. Taking into account the goal of the translation project, a designated project manager will help you choose the perfect translation service that is the most suitable for your needs. We offer:

Polish document translation

Polish legal translation

Polish website translation

Polish software/app translation

Polish marketing copy, advertisements and social media content

Polish subtitle translation

We’ve been working with Taia for many years now. During this time we established a very pleasant business relationship. We can describe their work as fast, reliable, very professional, and high quality. They listen to their customers’ needs and always deliver as expected.

Aleša Mikuš, Product EHS&R Leader @3M East AG

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About the Polish Language

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Polish is a West Slavic language written in Latin script and is spoken by more than 50 million Polish speakers around the world. It is the sixth most spoken language of the European Union and is the native language of the Polish nation but is also used by Polish minorities in other countries. Polish is closely related to Slovak and Czech but differs in terms of pronunciation and grammar.
Polish has been influenced by Latin and other Romance languages like French and Italian, as well as by the Germanic languages, contributing to a large number of loanwords and similarities in grammatical structure. Polish was once a lingua franca in Europe, important for diplomatic and academic purposes in Central Europe and some parts of Eastern Europe.
Interest in the Polish language has dramatically increased in recent years since Poland became one of Europe’s major deep-tech hubs. Poland is home to one of the largest pools of tech talent in Europe and is gradually becoming a “European Silicon Valley”. Intel has built their R&D laboratories in Poland, Microsoft has announced $1 billion digital transformation investment for Poland, Google Cloud has announced a strategic partnership with Poland’s domestic Cloud provider, etc.
Poland has therefore become an emerging and extremely lucrative market for big international companies. If you want to join the big players, discover one of the most promising emerging markets, and get ahead of the competition, only the most experienced Polish translators will help you deliver the winning content you will need.
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Fun Facts about the Polish Language

  • Polish is spoken as a second language in eastern Germany, northern Czech Republic, Slovakia, western parts of Belarus, Ukraine, Lithuania, and Latvia.
  • Polish consists of four main regional dialects: Greater Polish, Lesser Polish, Masovian, and Silesian.
  • The Polish alphabet is based on the Roman alphabet and consists of 32 letters.
  • Poland is one of the most linguistically homogeneous European countries, with 97% of Poland’s citizens declaring Polish as their first language.
  • Jan Kochanowski, Mikolaj Rej, and Piotr Skarga laid the foundations for modern Polish grammar in the Renaissance era.
  • Many English words descending from Polish are related to Polish cuisine.

Quality Guarantee

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ISO 17100 defines the roles of the translator, their technical resources and the quality of service. It also outlines the best practices for translation companies to ensure communication between clients and the translator for all completed tasks.

 

ISO 9001 is the international standard for a quality management system (“QMS”), which defines a framework of effective work processes to be established within a company. As well as demonstrating continuous improvement, it illustrates a company’s ability to consistently provide products and services that meet the needs of its customers, as well as complying with regulatory requirements.

Find out more about ISO quality standard.

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Frequently asked questions

Poland has one of the biggest tech talent pools in Europe and is becoming one of the most important deep-tech hubs on the continent. A lot of major companies such as Intel, Google, and Microsoft have moved parts of their business operations and development work to Poland. Polish is a very useful language to learn and can open up a lot of new opportunities.
According to the British Council, Polish is one of the most important languages in the world for business and in terms of economic impact. With over 40 million speakers worldwide, it is the second most spoken Slavic language after Russian. There is also a big Polish minority in the US, with more than half a million Polish speakers living there.
Although Polish and Russian both have Slavic origins, coming from the Indo-European family of languages, there are also a lot of differences between the two languages. Polish uses the Latin alphabet while Russian uses the Cyrillic alphabet. There are also a lot of false cognates that lead to many misunderstandings in communications between Russians and Poles.