The new year is bringing new opportunities to Portuguese language company Traductanet, which announced today its membership within the t’works Group.
While the company will continue to operate independently with its own executive team and branding, the business arrangement opens new possibilities for strategizing, coordination, and cooperation, company leaders said.
“It is with great enthusiasm that Traductanet joins the t´works Group,” said Joana Becken, CEO at Traductanet. “Being part of such a remarkable group, without losing our essence, will be an excellent opportunity to continue our commitment and dedication to our customers. We are confident that together we will be able to face new challenges while growing sustainably.”
Traductanet — which specializes in “translation, software and website localization, transcreation, multilingual SEO, content creation, and interpreting in the world’s most common languages” — is an ISO 9001 and 17100-certified company. By joining t’works group, company officials see opportunities to expand technology, customer service, sales and quality management while maintaining their own identity.
“We are excited to have Traductanet as a new family member,” said t’works CEO Henning Hinz. “The team and market approach are a great fit to our strategy and other Group members. Together we will be able to further grow Traductanet’s customer base in Europe and South America while providing state-of-the-art services through an extended network of experts.”
Whether through strategic partnerships or mergers and acquisitions, companies are shoring up capacity for what is anticipated to be a year of tremendous growth. On Monday, for instance, Straker Translations announced its acquisition of IDEST. That’s on top of several end-of-2021 announcements, like Unbabel’s acquisition of Lingo24 and Summa Linguae’s purchase of Datamundi.