Stratus Video Interpreting – Avoid Communication Barriers

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The United States is a melting pot of languages. It is so common to go to the store and hear people speaking Mandarin, Spanish, or Arabic. In fact, it’s part of the norm to hear these different languages. But, what if you’re in an emergency situation and you can’t communicate with a person? How do you cross this language barrier?

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There are translators, but if you’re in a desperate situation, you’ll need to communicate ASAP. Thankfully, doctors and several hundred hospitals have downloaded the Stratus Video Interpreting app. This app allows you to have a live translator video conference within 30 seconds of opening up the app. The Stratus app can translate up to a dozen languages. So if you or someone you know needs to cross language barriers, visit StratusVideo.com. You won’t be disappointed.

For more information on this app, visit StratusVideo.com.

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2 Responses to Stratus Video Interpreting – Avoid Communication Barriers

  1. STRATUS video interpreting is taking our life saving solution into courts and law enforcement agencies nationwide. Get a FREE live demo of our solution today! 727.820.1877 jchamberlain@stratusvideo.com.

  2. Serena says:

    This is true! With the advent of commercialization all across the globe, the world is indeed becoming a melting pot of languages. I second that 🙂

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