RIVER FALLS, WI -- (Marketwire) -- 02/25/13 -- Sajan, Inc. (OTCQB: SAJA) today announced that their long-standing partnership with IBM has recently expanded to include IBM's service center in Brazil.
Over the past five years, Sajan has been working with IBM translation service centers located in Spain, China, Canada, Portugal and most recently France in the translation and localization of a variety of content types. Recently contracts were signed with IBM Brazil that will allow Sajan to manage and coordinate the localization and translation of IBM Brazil's software products and software documentation.
IBM Brazil's selection of Sajan centered on Sajan's expertise with designing and implementing machine translation technologies in addition to Sajan's long-standing relationship with key IBM translation service centers.
"We are very appreciative to be expanding our relationship with IBM even further. IBM has stringent standards, and to be consistently meeting their high expectations demonstrates the level and quality of Sajan's work," states Shannon Zimmerman, CEO of Sajan.
About IBM Brazil
For more information on IBM, visit www.ibm.com/gbs.
Sajan is a leading provider of global language translation and localization services, helping clients around the world expand seamlessly into any global market. The foundation of our solution is our industry-leading language translation management system technology, which provides process automation and innovative multilingual content reuse to ensure schedule predictability, higher quality and cost efficiencies for our clients. By working closely with our clients, Sajan's experienced teams of localization professionals develop tailored solutions that lend flexibility to any large or small business that truly desires to "think globally, but act locally." Based in the United States, we also have offices in Ireland, Spain and Singapore. For more information on Sajan, visit www.sajan.com.
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