English translation: ...is committed to a process of ongoing improvement
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French term or phrase:
une démarche de progrès continu / de croissance
...is committed to a process of ongoing improvement
French to English translations [Non-PRO] Marketing - Marketing / Market Research / electrical/electronic components
French term or phrase:une démarche de progrès continu / de croissance
X s’engage à fournir au client le meilleur service possible, et s’engage dans une démarche de progrès continu, que ce soit
I can't think how best to say this for a brochure. The company designs, validates and makes all sorts of parts and components for various industries and wants to assure their clients that they will follow their products through for the lifetime of the client's application, whatever it is - and guarantee that none of their products will become obsolete. I thought of somehow including the idea of 'a progress tracking approach' in there... but need to keep it concise and suitable for a brochure and I was not sure anyway whether that was the best way of rendering this. Can anyone help? I have put this through as 'easy', as I am sure it will be easy for someone out there - although it obviously not that easy for me at the moment! Thanks in advance for any helpful suggestions.
Further context: there is a similar occurrence of
'une démarche de' further down in my document, as follows:
X s’engage dans une démarche de croissance qui donne au client l’opportunité d’une coopération renforcée, avec une vision et une stabilité dans la durée,
I'm going with the level of agreement and I think it is a very good suggestion. I agree about the marketing speak... I wonder if Proz will ever have a Marketese>English language pair! 3 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer