WorldLingo invited to JETRO Technology Forum

Language translation company WorldLingo is the only Australian business selected to attend Japan's JETRO International Techno Business Forum (ITBF).

The Japan External Trade Organization is organizing the ITBF to create opportunities for companies interested in technical tie-ups, business alliance, and other business relationships.

This year, the forum will focus on IT and networking. Exhibitors from over 100 overseas companies, have advanced world-class technologies and products in IT and networking fields.

WorldLingo Chairman Phil Scanlan said he was thrilled to be included in JETRO's forum, and he expects companies who target International-speaking markets to be particularly interested in WorldLingo's suite of translation services and tools.

"Our web, email and document translation services help companies market their products internationally," Mr. Scanlan said. WorldLingo's dynamic translation solution is unique from other translation companies because it compliments its online machine translation service (for websites and email) with an automatic quote for human translations.

The machine translations provide the gist of the email and website, allowing the reader to ascertain the importance of the content. If the content is considered to be important, the reader can accept WorldLingo's quote for professional translations.

WorldLingo provides machine translations for the following languages: Japanese, Korean, Chinese, German, French, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.


About WorldLingo

WorldLingo is a leading provider of integrated, online translation solutions. The company's services range from cost effective machine translation solutions, to professional human translation and culturally sensitive localization. A global network of over 5,000 professional translators produces human translations. WorldLingo also offers unique, real-time translation solutions for two-way email and instant messaging. These solutions make it easy for businesses and professionals to interact with internal and external multilingual audiences anywhere in the world. By combining accurate and cost effective translation, WorldLingo is taking great strides towards breaking down language barriers in the world of commerce.

WorldLingo produces thousands of translations every day. Clients include AT&T, Sony, Eli Lilly, Belkin, Cadbury Schweppes, Qualcomm, Priceline, and Tribal DDB. WorldLingo is also an official supplier of translation services to the European Union. In addition, Microsoft has integrated WorldLingo's technology into Office XP and Word 2002. WorldLingo is a global organisation with offices in the US, Australasia and Europe.

For more information: contact WorldLingo