Moravia Crowdsourcing Yields 30 Million Translated Words in 2012

Symfonie Platform Streamlines, Speeds Multilingual Localization Projects

Mar 05, 2013, 11:22 ET from Moravia

SAN FRANCISCO, March 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Moravia's crowdsourcing platform fueled 30 million words in translated content last year. With more than 80 percent completed within 24 hours, the 2012 word count marks a record high for Moravia's crowdsourcing projects.


According to Moravia Chief Marketing Officer, Renato Beninatto, the fast turnaround times and skyrocketing number of translations were made possible by a combination of Moravia Managed Services and the company's own technology platform, Symfonie.

The Symfonie suite of software solutions is an automated workflow and task management system specifically designed by Moravia for the localization industry. Symfonie includes a crowdsourcing platform that makes it possible to translate diverse and complex projects into 120 languages within 24 hours, in addition to satisfying all business requirements.

"Our crowdsourcing business is driven by some of the largest companies in Silicon Valley," Beninatto said. "As they themselves are faced with shorter and shorter turnaround times, we're providing multilingual language and testing-related crowdsourced solutions that meet increasingly tight deadlines without sacrificing quality."

Moravia crowdsourcing solutions include aggregation and analysis of reviews or user sentiment from blogs and Twitter feeds; product evaluation and testing; SEO keyword testing; translation and terminology development; and language quality reviews and assessment.

"Our clients demand translations by qualified individuals with extreme product knowledge and the ability to deliver short turnaround times. Moravia's Managed Services team knows how to recruit and engage the right talent in-country, while creating a community where they can share their knowledge and expertise," Beninatto added.

About Moravia

Moravia is a leading globalization solution provider, enabling companies in the information technology, e-learning, and life sciences industries to enter global markets with high-quality multilingual products. Moravia's solutions include localization, product testing, internationalization, multilingual publishing, technical translation, content creation, machine translation, and workflow consulting. The company maintains global headquarters in the Czech Republic and North American headquarters in California, with local offices and production centers in Japan, China, Latin America, Ireland, USA and throughout Europe.

SOURCE Moravia