BRUSSELS and PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- With a track record of meeting or exceeding industry analyst expectations, Jonckers Translation and Engineering is well-positioned to continue to fuel further growth through a major capital increase that will support expansion of service offerings, upgrading of technology solutions, and enhanced scalability.
This capital increase was driven by the existing shareholders with a consortium of investors led by Benoit della Faille, a seasoned IT service manager.
"Jonckers is committed to helping our clients meet their business goals and we recognize the increasing localization demands required to meet those goals," said founder and CEO Marc Jonckers. "Jonckers has further strengthened its ability to increase efficiencies by automating functions, reengineering business solutions, and optimizing account management. We are looking forward to providing an enhanced solution to our customers in 2010."
Jonckers Translation and Engineering -- 2007 Microsoft Service Vendor of the Year (as LCJ) and a Microsoft Preferred Vendor -- delivers software, eLearning and multimedia localization services to the world's leading companies. In December 2008, Belgium-based Jonckers, Germany-based Locatech, and Italy-based CrossGap announced that after more than a decade of successful partnership, they had merged under the Jonckers name. Jonckers now has wholly owned offices spanning Asia, Europe and North America. For more information, visit www.jonckers.com.
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