TranslateMedia in The Guardian Tech Media Invest

TranslateMedia has been identified on the Tech Media Invest top 100 companies for 2010 by The Guardian, Pricewaterhouse Coopers and Kemp Little.

The Tech Media Invest 2010 list of companies “celebrates the talent and achievements of the best of the new breed of British Technology Firms”. The top 100 companies, chosen by an expert panel, are selected as representing the strongest trends, the smartest entrepreneurs and the most creative solutions in the UK.

“We are delighted to be the only language and translation service provider selected in the Tech Media Invest top 100, and joining so many of our clients on the list” says Patrick Eve, Managing Director. “It is great to have outside recognition of our company’s entrepreneurial spirit and dedication to creative thinking. We feel that our clients feel the benefits of this through the service they receive.”

TranslateMedia’s suite of tools includes a powerful workflow platform, translation memory software, secure translation tools, machine translation tools, and a client portal with ordering, tracking and reporting tools.

“Our technologies are designed to help our clients get their content to new markets in good time, with the right tone of voice and suitable language, and in formats that can save them work”, says Operations Director, Matt Train.

“Professional human translators from all around the world and expert in their field login to the system to do their work, and the workflow platform can be linked to content management (CMS) and digital asset management (DAM) platforms to gain huge productivity benefits.”

View the original article in The Guardian announcing TranslateMedia in the Tech Media Invest Top 100 Companies for 2010.

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