Far too often, language barriers make it challenging or even impossible for businesspeople, healthcare providers, lawyers, and other professionals to serve their clients and do their job to the best of their abilities.
Language barriers can also present serious legal hurdles. Federal civil rights law includes a number of stringent language access requirements, and failing to provide interpreters for patients or clients with limited English proficiency could put your organization at risk of costly discrimination lawsuits or federal investigation.
VRI Gateway provides a way through those language barriers, ensuring that a language difference never gets in the way of your success or your legal obligation to provide quality language assistance in your organization.
Just download the VRI Gateway app to any computer, tablet, smart phone* or other mobile device running Windows or MacOS operating systems to access interpreters on-the-go, wherever and whenever you need them.
Whether you work in healthcare, law, automotive, manufacturing, or hospitality, you’ll be able to find an interpreter who knows how to accurately convey your knowledge and expertise using VRI Gateway’s industry-specific search filters.
VRI Gateway’s software is designed with ease-of-use at the forefront of every decision, ensuring that the process of finding an interpreter is as quick and painless as possible. The same holds true for scheduling — interpreters are available on-demand for several high-volume languages, and others are available on a pre-scheduled basis according to your schedule.
* Be advised that the use of tablets or other handheld devices to provide language assistance to Deaf or hard-of-hearing individuals in healthcare, legal, and other settings is subject to a number of federal regulations. Failure to adhere to these regulations could put your organization at risk of costly discrimination lawsuits or federal investigation. See our whitepaper on federal VRI requirements, written by nationally recognized federal compliance expert Bruce L. Adelson, Esq., for further information. *