InterpretBank is a computer-assisted interpreting tool developed to support professional interpreters during all phases of the interpreting process. Most assignements require the use of highly specialized terminology and interpreters need to acquire profound insight into the event subject, to create high-quality glossaries, and to easily access them, even in the booth. InterpretBank for Windows and macOS supports you in the creation, management, memorization of glossaries as well as on facilitating terminology retrival in the booth. Glossaries can be accessed from desktops and laptops and from any mobile device, like an iPad or an Android tablet.
During preparation, InterpretBank is able to suggest translations automatically while the user is creating a new glossary. This dramatically reduces the effort and the time involved in writing high-quality glossaries. During the act of interpreting, intelligent algorithms allow the user to access relevant terminology quickly without distracting the interpreter from his or her primary activity - translating between languages. InterpretBank is made for the future: it now integrates Speech Recognition1 to allow easy terminology lookup and number indentification of live speeches. Our goal: providing professional interpreters with series of tools and functions that can help improving their working experience and performances, especially when working with specialized subjects. Download a trial version and try InterpretBank yourself!
The new version (4) is an intuitive, distraction-free, and easy-to-use tool with a lot of power and behind-the-scenes innovation. Among the many features is the integration of high-quality terminological resources (e.g. IATE) designed for high-speed glossary creation, and a brand new, intelligent search algorithm that pinpoints the terms you really need. InterpretBank is already used by hundreds of professional interpreters around the world who work freelance or for major institutions and organizations such as the European Union and the United Nations. Read what they think on Facebook or here.