John Tinsley talks teaming up with Translated

John Tinsley is no stranger to language technology. Now he is back in the language technology game with the announcement that he's joining Translated as the company's vice president of AI solutions. John took the time to answer a few questions about the big move.

Smith Yewell succeeded by Paul Carr as Welocalize CEO

It’s the dawn of a new era for one of the biggest language companies in the world. Welocalize announced today the appointment of Paul Carr to CEO, taking over from co-founder Smith Yewell.

ELIA Exchange brings academia and business together

European Language Industry Association (ELIA) works to create an inclusive business community of language professionals where the sharing of experience and knowledge provides the tools for growing together. And one of ELIA's tools for achieving that mission is ELIA Exchange. 

Toppan Digital Language President Christophe Djaouani talks company growth

With the release of the Nimdzi 100 this week, business leaders and analysts within the language industry are taking note of the latest companies...

Phrase CEO Georg Ell talks new releases Orchestrator and Analytics

It's a big week for language technology company Phrase, with the company announcing the most massive product release in its history, and company CEO...

The language industry’s top six companies in 2023

While we are still working hard to compile this year’s edition of the Nimdzi 100 — the ranking of the largest language service providers (LSPs) in the world — we can already confirm the top six positions on our ranking.

The number of language service providers in the world

How many language service providers (LSPs) are there in the world? In some ways, this question is similar to asking how many grains of sand there are (though maybe not quite as speculative as that). This is for two main reasons. For one, it depends on how you define what an LSP is.

The future of branding (for LSPs)

The Dec. 6 edition of The New York Times was bought in its entirety by General Electric (GE) in a first-ever bid to rethink...

Is my software inclusive?

Executives can make great strides in inclusivity by ensuring their software is available to employees in their native language.