Smartling, the cloud-based enterprise translation software company, announced today a
"The enormous language services sector is ripe for disruption, as enterprises recognize that technology is essential to providing their global customers with content in their native languages," said
Smartling has more than tripled revenues in the last 12 months, adding over 120 new enterprise customers in the same period. Employee count doubled in 2013, and the company plans to hire nearly one hundred new employees in the next year.
Companies across diverse industries use Smartling's translation software to power their translation and localization. Smartling enjoys high levels of client satisfaction and excellent retention from clients like
"Smartling is the only significant SaaS company in a space traditionally dominated by service agencies and decades-old, on-prem software," said
Smartling's localization software solution offers real-time visibility and control over all aspects of a translation project in one easy-to-use, collaborative, cloud-based platform. The software streamlines the process from start to finish, allowing clients to select the best translation method and quality for their business and project, whether it be the use of their favorite translation agency, freelance professional translators, volunteers communities, internal teams, computer-generated translation, or any combination.
"Smartling is already transforming the largely manual language services industry," said
Smartling provides translation and localization software that is fast, accurate, and affordable. By putting the entire translation process in the cloud, Smartling dramatically improves accuracy and speed, while reducing overall costs. The platform is enterprise-ready with HIPAA, PCI Level 1, and SOC 2 certifications, and meets the rigorous requirements of the largest consumer web and mobile companies, as well as the Global 2000.
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