TranslateNow Successfully Completes Large Neural Machine Translation Project
Company Translates 2.5 Million Words in Six Weeks for Aviation Company
San Francisco, Calif. (September 28, 2017) – TranslateNow, a leader in enterprise translation management, recently completed a large neural machine translation (NMT) project for an East Coast aviation company. In six short weeks, the San Francisco-based startup translated 2.5 million words from over 9,000 pages of typed and handwritten paper documents.
“NMT is the ideal solution for a company that needs to quickly translate a large set of documents where traditional budgets and schedules might be tight,” says Matt Arney, Founder and CEO of TranslateNow.
TranslateNow’s client needed thousands of pages of documents translated, including important flight logs showing when and where the aircraft has operated. Using a combination of NMT and human editing, TranslateNow was able to produce the information quickly and deliver it in a format that was easy for the client and the FAA to understand.
“Handwritten and poorly scanned documents can be challenging for companies to handle,” continues Arney. “Our expert desktop publishing teams quickly scanned and reformatted thousands of pages of content and helped to meet our client’s aggressive timeline.” “We are excited to assist future clients that have this same need, across all industries.”
To learn more about TranslateNow and its NMT expertise, visit http://translatenow.com.
TranslateNow delivers innovative translation and localization solutions to accelerate revenue for leading companies around the world. With offices in San Francisco and Shenzhen, we work with over 75 languages and specialize in technical translation, software localization, China eCommerce integration, and global brand marketing.