Smartling now integrates with IBM Watson Language Translator
|Christian Hargrave in Enterprise Monday, March 13, 2017|
Translation technology service has released a new integration that utilizes IBM Watson Language Translator.
Companies using the new Smartling plug-in have more flexibility and control of the translation supply chain and access to pioneering machine translation technology that can help them cost-effectively enter new international markets without sacrificing quality.
“The combination of our reliable, end-to-end translation software, management services, and platform architecture and Watson Language Translator represents a new frontier in content localization,” said Matt DeLoca, Vice President of Channels and Alliances for Smartling. "Our software automates the entire translation process, increasing speed-to-market, while now providing businesses with the flexibility to take advantage of Watson Language Translator.”
Smartling empowers global brands to quickly access new markets, acquire more customers, and increase revenue. The new integration by Smartling connects customers with Watson Language Translator and makes it possible for them to use the cognitive, machine learning tool for existing and new translation needs.
“With Smartling, customers have the flexibility to leverage a variety of translation options; our professional translators, their preferred translation agencies, or an advanced machine translation engine like Watson Language Translator,” DeLoca explained. “This is a key competitive differentiator as we enable our customers to choose the most cost-effective translation method for any and every type of global content they need to deliver.”
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