|By Business Wire||
|June 12, 2014 01:07 PM EDT||
Translations.com, the world’s largest privately held provider of language services and related technology solutions to support global business, announced today that sales for new instances of its GlobalLink technology are up 20% for 2014 year-to-date relative to last year, with over 100 new enterprise implementations through the end of May. This increase follows a jump of 18% reported at the end of 2013.
First launched in 1999, GlobalLink is a modular set of content solutions specifically designed to support organizations’ global branding and outreach initiatives by providing a streamlined, cost-effective solution for managing multilingual content. GlobalLink translation management technologies and the cloud-based GlobalLink OneLink website localization solution are used by over 3,000 organizations across all industries and power some of the world’s most successful and ambitious global content strategies.
Major GlobalLink wins in 2014 include a top-5 global airline, a premier luxury lifestyle brand, a preeminent name in banking/financial services, a leader in global hospitality, and a major worldwide automobile manufacturer. The diversity of the GlobalLink client base underscores its versatility and flexibility as a modular platform.
“The appetite for producing and delivering quality multilingual content across multiple mediums and in an efficient manner has accelerated, which is why more organizations are turning to GlobalLink to solve their global challenges,” said Matt Hauser, Vice President of Content Solutions for Translations.com. “With GlobalLink’s modular structure and cloud-based options, companies both large and small can benefit from tools that ease the burdens associated with creating and managing multilingual content, enabling them to focus on achieving their core business goals. Our ability to deliver flexible and scalable solutions that are both simple to implement and intuitive to use has been a key driver in the rapid growth of our GlobalLink platform.”
Translations.com anticipates hiring over 100 development and support staff over the next 18 months, all of whom will be dedicated to the continuous improvement of Translations.com’s technology solutions and to providing client users with the industry’s best support and guidance.
With annual revenues of over $400 million, Translations.com is a leading provider of enterprise localization services and technology solutions. From offices in more than 85 cities on six continents, Translations.com offers a full range of services in 170+ languages to clients worldwide. Translations.com’s GlobalLink® Product Suite is used by more than 2,000 global organizations. Translations.com is part of the TransPerfect family of companies, with global headquarters in New York and regional headquarters in London and Hong Kong. For more information, please visit www.translations.com.
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