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With the Availability of Linguify.Cloud, LinguaNext Language Technology Now Spans Software Application Deployment Scenarios from Enterprise to Mobile to Cloud
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) October 11, 2012
LinguaNext™ Inc., the leader in enterprise application language management, today rounded out its solution set by announcing the general availability of its Linguify™.Cloud solution for the localization of cloud and software as a service (SaaS) based applications. Linguify.Cloud is the ideal localization technology for cloud-based applications such as customer relationship management (CRM), enterprise resource planning (EPR), and business automation, among others. Now Linguify technology covers the entire range of deployment scenarios for application software from traditional enterprise installations, to mobile apps and now cloud-based solutions.
“SaaS companies are operating at breakneck speed to capture the $40 billion cloud computing market, the fastest growing in the IT industry. Often, however, development organizations do not have mindshare or the organizational ability to localize their products in order to penetrate the larger international markets” said Atul Tulshibagwale CEO of LinguaNext Inc. “Our innovative approach is a game changer enabling companies to quickly deliver language localized versions without any impact to their development processes and without requiring large investments. By decoupling language from the software itself and allowing LinguaNext to manage the process, cloud solutions can easily be localized to any language no matter how small the demand, even a single customer.”
Linguify.Cloud enables web-based applications to work in any language and any terminology without requiring any modifications to the code or data, and without any impact to their data center. Working completely on the client front-end as a browser plug-in, the solution translates all application screens and data to the language of the user’s choice in real-time based on manually pre-created high-quality translations. Thus, the underlying SaaS application and its data remain untouched and unmodified -- only the screens and reports at the end-user’s point of use are translated. Application performance is unaffected due to the limited system resources required.
Linguify.Cloud makes it possible for companies to effectively get “language insurance” so as to be prepared to penetrate global markets without making large upfront investments. Companies can demonstrate and sell their products in all target languages at a minimal cost, and then follow up by quickly making full versions available in specific languages when required.
Linguify technology is widely deployed by the world’s largest banks, manufacturers and natural resource companies to deliver reliable and cost-effective localization of mission-critical enterprise software applications. The company has been recognized for its cutting-edge technology through a number of awards, including the Red Herring Asia 100.
For more information on Linguify.Cloud, visit http://www.linguanext.net/us/products/linguify-cloud.html.
LinguaNext is the market leader in enterprise application language management and has transformed the way global corporations address multi-language and local language support for their information technology systems. With a roster of over 70 large enterprise customers including 25 of the Global 2000 and a deployed base of over 1,000,000 end users, LinguaNext is fast becoming the de facto standard. LinguaNext’s innovative technology-based solutions enable any enterprise, mobile or cloud software system to work in any language, seamlessly and with zero changes to the underlying application code. Learn more at http://www.linguanext.net.
JHM Public Relations
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