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Organization Profile

Organization Overview

TOIN Corporation

Headquarters

7F Round Cross Tamachi
5-31-19 Shiba, Minato-ku
Tokyo, Tokyo 108-0014
Japan


Telephone: +81 3 6453 6282
Website: to-in.com/en

Other Locations
  • Suite 8H, Foresight Mansion
    NO.768 Xietu Road
    Shanghai, Shanghai Shi
    China

    Telephone: +86 21 32220012
Organization Overview

TOIN Corporation is an Asian Multi-Language Vendor (MLV) with headquarters in Tokyo, Japan. TOIN offers global reach and exceptional strength in Asia with additional operations in China, Korea, the USA, and the UK. TOINs global services range from authoring, translation, and localization to content management and workflow/process consulting. Global companies, such as Apple, Canon, Daimler, NEC, Philips, SAP, Symantec and more, have benefited from TOINs 45 years' experience serving industries as diverse as computer software, information technology, automotive, life sciences, computer gaming, engineering, electronics, eLearning, manufacturing, semiconductors, and consumer products. We cover all Asian languages, including Japanese, Chinese and Korean.

Products and Services

Artwork & Screen Shots, Compilation & Engineering, Consulting, DTP, Glossaries / Dictionaries / Terminology, Localization, Multimedia Localization, QA Testing, Software Localization, Translation

Sector

Automotive, Banking/Finance, Education/Training, Entertainment/Gaming, E-commerce, Marketing/Communications, Medical/Pharma/Healthcare, Software, Telecommunications

Source Languages

English, German, Japanese

Target Languages

Chinese, English, Japanese, Korean

Organization Type

Vendor of Language Products or Services

Press Releases

TOIN Corporation

TOIN Experts to Share Insights on Practical Use of Text-to-Speech Technology for Japanese Business Communications at Tekom 2015

TOKYO (Aug. 25, 2015) - Representatives of TOIN Corporation will present practical insights on using text-to-speech technology for Japanese business...

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