Tag: Language I/O

Language I/O increases employee headcount, appoints new execs

Language I/O, the Cheyenne-based language technology company that recently received $6.5 million in Series A funding, announced some significant growth for the company earlier this week — including the appointment of two new executives.

Language I/O announces key executive appointments amid rapid growth

Cheyenne, WY – February 8, 2022 – Language I/O (LIO), a leader in multilingual customer engagement, today announced two key appointments to their leadership...

Language I/O announces $6.5 million in Series A funding

A woman-owned LSP, Language I/O CEO Heather Morgan Shoemaker told MultiLingual that this funding is a major milestone for the company, especially given the fact that female-identifying founders receive a slim minority — according to Inc., just 2.3% in 2020 — of venture capital (VC) funding.

Language I/O Secures Series A Round for a 2021 Total Fundraise...

Cheyenne, WY  – January 11, 2022 – Language I/O (LIO), a leader in multilingual customer engagement, today announced it has raised a $6.5 million...

Language I/O introduces new, all-inclusive subscription that covers human and machine...

CHEYENNE, November 30, 2021 (Newswire.com) - Language I/O (LIO), a provider of multilingual customer engagement software, has announced today the launch of a new...

Language I/O introduces subscription model

The new model works by allotting customers with a set of credits they can then spend on any of Language I/O’s services as need demands. This frees both parties from the negotiation process that can often slow down projects.

This Week in the News | June 18, 2021

Keywords Studios’ Chief Executive Steps Down After announcing his leave of absence back in March, Keywords’ Studios’ chief executive officer (CEO), Andrew Day has decided...

Women-led Language I/O raises $5 Million in its First Funding Round

Language I/O announced on March 23 that it has raised over $5 million in A round funding. The women-led, Wyoming-based company had been bootstrapped...