Easier and quicker glossary creation thanks to cutting-edge language technologies. Your glossaries and texts are saved in a database, and never leave your computer.
While creating your glossary, InterpretBank helps you finding the best translation. It integrates many high-quality resources, such as IATE.
Our quick and intelligent algorithms make easy to look up terms, even in the booth. On Windows, macOS, and even on iPad and Android tablets, without Internet connection.
InterpretBank automatically extracts the relevant terms from your monolingual preparation documents and makes the manual extraction from parallel texts easy.
Save all the event documents within your glossary. A handy and intelligent way to get out the most from your preparation time. Your documents never leaves your computer.
Our clients say
" It's really a cool application. I like the fact that now you don't have to leave the main interface to go to booth mode. Very useful when you're under fire in the booth. "
Ephrem Kamanzi (AIIC) - Nairobi
" I just bought InterpretBank. Very clear and informative homepage with very good instructions [...] easy to handle and an EXCELLENT SUPPORT! "
Martina Wieser (BDÜ/VKD) - Aschaffenburg, Germany
" In my view InterpretBank remains number one in sophistication among the terminology tools made for (and mostly by) conference interpreters. None of the other tools I am aware of covers such a wide range of an interpreter’s workflow. I would actually not call it a terminology management tool, but a conference preparation tool. "
Anja Rütten (BDÜ/VKD - AIIC) - Cologne, Germany
" By the way, chapeau for the good work, I only interpret with InterpretBank and recommend it whenever I can. "
Isabelle Hofmann - Mistelgau , Germany
" I love this tool. It is so lightweight and it fires up in 2 seconds. I now find Excel quite cumbersome. And no more looking for my glossaries in endless folders and directories. "
Diana Coada - Manchester, UK
" Thank you very much for the software. I am really satisfied using it since I ordered it. Now I have started the process of sensitizing my colleagues. "
Ilunga Nkulu (AIIC) - Johannesburg