The UK’s most exciting fast-growth companies have been announced – and Lingo24 is one of them!
In an increasingly globalised economy the need for translation has never been greater. More and more of the world is getting online – and most of them speak languages other than English. But this creates challenges for businesses looking for a quick and affordable way to overcome language barriers.
Tom Shaw, Account Director and Machine Translation sales specialist, explores the concept of customised post-editing levels. Combined with automatic translation tools, these can result in a win-win situation for clients and translators.
The bells ring out, the fireworks explode, and we’re already pretty excited about 2013! We’re marking the new year by opening a brand new office in Manchester, with a team of world-class machine translation specialists and experienced sales staff.
We’re delighted to welcome Prof. Andy Way, one of the world’s leading authorities on machine translation (MT), who has joined Lingo24 as Director of Machine Translation. He will be spearheading our move into MT and post-edited MT (PEMT) and building a world-class team with close links to academia.
Lingo24 has created revolutionary new technology to streamline the work of professional human translators. Our new system Coach allows linguists to work more efficiently by automating some time-consuming parts of the translation process.
TAUS, the translation industry think tank, has announced the winners of its annual awards for innovation in Seattle. And the prize for the winning “Insider” went to… Lingo24!
As Lingo24 celebrates its 11th birthday, we’re still growing fast. In fact, we’ve just moved our central European hub to a brand new office, to accommodate growing staff numbers.
Imagine if you could instantly connect your website with thousands of translators around the world. Ordering and receiving translations is as simple as just clicking a button. And you don’t need to worry about the quality – all the translators are fully-qualified with specialist experience.
FC Barcelona and the New York Times recently launched them – and so did Lingo24. We’re talking about Chinese websites, an essential tool for reaching this massive, and growing, internet population.