BOSTON, MA. (APRIL 27, 2016) -- Today WriterAccess, the premier platform connecting agencies, SMBs, and Fortune 5000 companies with freelance talent, announced that it has enhanced its platform to enable customers to hire translators in 21 languages that cover 90% of the world’s buying power.
“We’re bringing translation into the marketing mainstream to meet the growing demand for translated content. Seventy-two percent of consumers report that they spend most of their time on websites in their own language. We’re helping companies get access to high quality translation for all types of content,” said WriterAccess Founder and CEO Byron White.
Content marketing is booming but companies often struggle to find and hire dependable and professional translators. WriterAccess solves this problem by offering a network of thoroughly tested translators from all over the world. The new feature allows customers to browse translator profiles, see their ratings and expertise, and select the right professional for their project.
Translation and localization expert Laura Pepitone joined the company in December to launch the new feature and recruit the best translators. A Dutch native, Laura studied languages and international relations at Utrecht University and journalism at Columbia University in New York. She worked as a translation project manager for six years before joining WriterAccess to oversee the new PaaS translation environment.
More details can be found at http://www.writeraccess.com/translation/
Founded in 2010, WriterAccess is a free platform that provides access to 14,000 freelance writers, editors, translators and content strategists who deliver original content to 20,000 customers. WriterAccess is listed on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing companies in the US (2014, 2015).
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Global Translation Manager