“Hola Amigo!” You may find that you know more Spanish words than you think. Since Spanish is the second most spoken language in U.S. and the world, according to the Pew Research Center, it’s no wonder why more and more businesses are incorporating the Spanish language into their materials. In fact, Hispanics are currently the largest ethnic minority according to the U.S. Census Bureau and more than half of that population speaks Spanish.
Businesses all around the country are acknowledging the growing trend and need for bilingual services. A study done by the National Purchase Diary shows that Hispanics spend the most out of all other groups on online purchases. There’s little debate that when people are given more options and understand the product details, they are more likely to spend.
However, the growing demand for Spanish materials is not only salient in the business world, it affects institutions as well. Many courts around the country experience the need for Spanish communication on a daily basis. There are times when defendants do not speak English and they want to pay their traffic citations. There might be a court clerk available who is able to assist; however, many times that may not be the case. Condolences.
The Payment Group offers the help of live bilingual phone representatives to assist with this growing need. Even after the court closes representatives are still available to take calls. The demand is there and we can help. There will be nothing left to say except that this service is muy bueno!