| Like most state capitals, the city of Pierre's employment base is predominantly state government driven. Public services, notably healthcare, are also employment mainstays. City-Data.com reports that St. Mary's Healthcare Center has 485 employees.
The economy is also reliant on agriculture and tourism with the Missouri River reservoirs being prime attractions for outdoor recreational activities.
Notable employers listed on the Pierre Economic Development Corporation website include: American State Bank; BankWest; Beck Motor Company; Brosz Engineering Inc.; Country Carpet & Flooring; Dakota State Bank; Montana-Dakota Utilities; Morris Inc.; SD Intrastate Pipeline Co.; Steamboat’s; Wells Fargo Bank; and, Wegner Auto Company. Pierre Info Source
The service sector clients we assist operate in three fields: the public sector (government at the federal, state/provincial and municipal levels); the private sector (banking, insurance, retailing, hospitality, etc.); and non-governmental organizations (NGOs), aka non-profit sector. Not surprisingly, their diversity 'translates into' a very diverse range of activities.
Technical documents can be found in a very wide range of subjects: financial statements, evaluation reports, IT manuals, healthcare services policy papers, conference proceedings, marketing material, multimedia content, transcripts, narratives, technical bulletins, newsletters, transcripts, employment contracts, human resources policies & procedures, benefits brochures... The list is endless. Technically challenging translation assignments are found in all sectors and practices. Such documents go beyond the baseline skills of having to be an outstanding writer or linguist. We make it our business to secure the appropriate freelance technical translation resource that is best suited to your particular requirements.
Of course, service sector organizations can be identified in other areas that we provide services to. Some examples that spring to mind would include: healthcare clients encompassing hospitals, nursing unions and professional membership organizations (medical societies); pharmacology non-profit organizations representing pharmacists and trade lobbying groups advocating for the pharmaceutical manufacturing sector; statistical societies representing university professors and government bodies employing statisticians. We are well versed in the handling of overlapping jurisdictions and identifying the particular technical requirements of multi-sector and multi-audience assignments.