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"I can honestly say CSOFT is one of the finest partners I have worked with."
Mr. Muraly R. - Localization Manager - Oracle
"I and my colleagues are very much looking forward to the new year and our association with CSOFT International. I have found that since switching all of my work to CSOFT, it was the most beneficial business partnership that I could have made. The professionalism and expertise of your organization is unparalleled. Please extend my gratitude and appreciation to all of your program managers and linguists."
Mr. Alain L. - Localization Manager - Major Medical Devices Manufacturer
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The care and satisfaction of our clients is our #1 priority, and we are committed to always providing our customers with outstanding service 24x7x365 – Customer service the way it used to be.
We have helped clients reduce localization spend by 30% to 50% by using technology to automate and eliminate redundant work. CSOFT has developed more than 300 proprietary tools to drive both quality and efficiency.
Powered by our large network of professionally trained linguists with in-depth subject matter expertise, we deliver quality translations that speak our clients’ language both technically and culturally.
We hire the best and brightest the industry has to offer. CSOFT has achieved continued success over 10 years through pure organic growth.
CSOFT celebrates 10 years of growth from the summit of Mt. Everest
Inspirational stories and real-life experiences from the ascent of Mt. Everest. Ruben Payan, who has over the past decade provided guidance to CSOFT members on how to maintain physical and mental well-being in the office space. Ruben's 2013 expedition to the summit of Mt. Everest embodies his tireless and inspiring pursuit harnessing physical and mental strength to achieve desirable goals.
CSOFT's President and CEO Shunee Yee selected as one of Fortune's 2012 Most Powerful Women Entrepreneurs.
Over the last decade, entrepreneurship has seen a rapid and invigorating surge, with particular focus on women entrepreneurs. According to Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM), the number of entrepreneurs around the world in 2012 was nearing 400 million, with 163 million early-stage women entrepreneurs.
In 2003, President and CEO Shunee Yee was also counted in the mix, as co-founder of CSOFT International. In the last nine years, not only have employees, global partners, and clients of CSOFT been able to witness Shunee's dedication, business acumen, drive, and creativity, she's also been recognized by the larger global business community. Shunee was selected by Fortune as one of the ten Most Powerful Women Entrepreneurs of 2012.
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The storyline of Crisis 108 is extreme, set in a world where the shortage of energy resources is very severe. We purposely chose to exaggerate the energy crisis to generate open dialogue about what we are facing today and what we can do to evade a full-scale crisis.
CSOFT's debut featurette "Crisis 108," depicts a world where the shortage of energy resources is extreme. The mini-film showcases the creative production capabilities we can offer to clients through our Creative Services division. And just for fun, we cast the entire crew with CSOFT employees, and friends.
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October 6, 2015
In recent years, Chinese companies have been attempting globalization on an unparalleled scale. Yet for all their attempts at going global, these companies have been met with mixed success. There are a number of factors that can affect a company’s international expansion. Of course, it isn’t just Chinese companies that struggle when localizing — Western companies encounter issues of their own; however, their cultural expectations of success allow them to be persistent in foreign markets. For Chinese companies that can demonstrate patience during cultural adaptation, success should soon follow.
September 27, 2015
NEW YORK–While the Western media publishes a slew of stories bemoaning the decline of the economy on the Chinese mainland, the Chinese-related economy in New York is thriving.
Looking to develop new business and break into this expanding market sector, a group of 50 professionals last week met for a dim sum lunch at Jing Fong, a bustling, football-field sized restaurant in New York’s Chinatown.
“It’s a growing community and they have a great energy and a great entrepreneurial spirit,” said Michael Becker, a senior vice president of strategy at Business Wire, which is expanding into China. “Our business is growing because Chinese companies, public and private, have a tremendous desire to communicate their products, vision and values, and we have the mechanism to do so.”
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