Globalization services provider kicks off annual Summit in Shanghai with the theme: “Thriving In A Global Economy, It’s A Small World After All.”
Stepes (pronounced /’steps/), the leader in mobile translation, has announced that it will be featured in the Game-Changer Innovation Contest at the TAUS Annual Conference on October 24, 2016.
Leading localization services provider expands into new office in Shanghai.
CSOFT International Kicks-Off Three Day Conference in Shanghai BEIJING & SHANGHAI–(BUSINESS WIRE)–CSOFT International, a leading provider of globalization and localization solutions, has announced its 12th Annual World Summit in Shanghai, China, entitled “Thriving In A Global Economy: It’s A Small World After All.” Commencing September 22nd, this year’s Summit will gather CSOFT executives, chief linguists,
Globalization expert announces Shenzhen’s most innovative companies that are ready to go global. At the end of 2016, for the first time in China’s modern history, Chinese investment to the world economy will eclipse direct foreign investment. This mega-trend will continue to have significant long–term effects as more and more Chinese companies expand globally to
Globalization expert hosts forum to discuss Chinese Innovation and its potential to go global Shenzhen, China – CSOFT International has officially launched Shenzhen 100, an index ranking Shenzhen’s top companies based on their potential to expand globally. The Globalization Forum, a private event on June 22nd open to policy makers, investors, and highly-vetted companies, CSOFT
CEO Shunee Yee details Shenzhen’s role in China’s economic prospects China is one of the fastest-growing sites for foreign investment, was the consensus at an international investor conference that brought together leaders of international funds and banks. CSOFT CEO Shunee Yee talked in depth about the role Shenzhen will have in driving China’s future economic
Translation is now more accessible than ever Stepes, the world’s first chat based translation software provider, announced today the official launch of its mobile application. The app connects translators with businesses to deliver high quality human translations – all through a mobile messaging like interface on a smartphone. “Using your smartphone, you can translate
Stepes (pronounced / ‘steps/), the world’s first mobile platform for human translation, was featured as a technology leader at the 2016 TAUS Executive Forum in Beijing.
World’s Largest Localization Event Highlights Mobile Translation Beijing, China and San Francisco, California (March 23, 2016) – Stepes, the world’s first chat-based mobile translation platform, will be featured at the next Localization World conference to be held in Tokyo. The event highlights Stepes applications in the life sciences and gaming industry. Localization World (LocWorld) is