Traducto is an application that can help you get your documents translated. Unlike similar solutions, this one doesn't use machine translations. All the content is translated by humans, who can work with 16 different language pairs. Although you can't import files to be translated, you can copy and paste as much text as you want. Once you are ready adding text to your project, you can add it to your cart.
Quotes are instantaneous and there are three different types of translations: Standard, Professional, and Enterprise, with varying prices. The Standard translation is done by a native speaker, which in most cases should be enough. The Professional and Enterprise translations are done by a professional translator, and the Enterprise translation also adds a proofreader. The rates are probably calculated by word. I pasted a small article from the New York Time and the rates were $30, $45 and $60, respectively.
The estimated time for translation will be shown on the Cart screen. Once you have decided the type of treatment that you want your document to receive, you can go ahead and pay. The project will be delivered to you within the application in the estimated time.
I haven't tested the quality of the translations, but when you want to localize your documents to a different language and get good and accurate translations, human translation is still the only way to go.