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CSOFT International to speak at Japan’s largest translation show

JTF show coincides with CSOFT’s news to expand operations in Japan


CSOFT International, Ltd.


Sunday, 27 November, 2011

 

Tokyo, Japan (27 November 2011) CSOFT International Ltd., a leading provider of multilingual localization, testing, and global communication services announced its plans to speak at the annual Japan Translation Federation (JTF) trade show in Tokyo, Japan on 29 November.  At the show, CSOFT’s Vice President for North America Matt Arney will serve as a panelist in a discussion on trends in the worldwide localization industry. The panel is sponsored by the Globalization and Localization Association (GALA) and moderated by GALA Board Member, Aki Ito. CSOFT will also exhibit its terminology management and translation validation solutions at booth #3 and participate in networking activities.

“The JTF show marks CSOFT’s official kick off of expanding our operations in Japan,” said Shunee Yee, President and CEO of CSOFT. “In 2005, we proved our commitment to Japan by opening a production facility in Osaka. In 2012, we will increase the local representation and support for CSOFT’s rapidly growing client base in this marketplace.”

“As the world’s fourth largest economy, Japan represents a huge opportunity for CSOFT, but it will also benefit our customers,” says Mr. Arney. “Gaining a stronger foothold in Japan will enable CSOFT to better service our clients as they navigate entry into foreign markets.”

Mr. Arney worked in Japan for eight years as an entrepreneur, and is well versed in its business culture. He will spearhead CSOFT’s expansion efforts and the company’s overall strategy for this region.

“It is a unique opportunity to have someone with Matt’s Japanese and localization background at JTF,” says Mr. Ito from GALA. “We look forward to getting his perspective on the trends he sees shaping our industry.”

“I am honored to have the chance to speak at JTF to such an esteemed group, on a panel sponsored by GALA,” continues Arney. “GALA continues to be an invaluable resource for those of us in the globalization industry and I am happy to be making a contribution by speaking at the show.”

CSOFT invites you to stop by booth #3 at JTF expo on 29 November, where they will be exhibiting. For more information on CSOFT, please visit http://www.csoftintl.com. Media inquiries should be directed to [email protected] or +1.415.462.5674.

 

 

 

About CSOFT

CSOFT International is a leading provider of multilingual localization, testing, terminology management, and software development solutions for the worldwide market. Powered by our expert in-country linguistic resources, CSOFT delivers language translation/technology solutions into 90+ languages. CSOFT services a variety of industries, such as Information Technology, Manufacturing, Life Sciences, Financial Services, Chemical and Energy. Using industry best practices and processes that are ISO 9001:2008 and 13485:2003 certified, CSOFT streamlines translation and localization for software, product manuals, online help, marketing collateral and website content, and offers multilingual publishing in virtually all formats.

About JTF

The Japan Translation Federation (JTF), founded as a voluntary group in April 1981 and authorized as a public-interest corporation by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry in September 1990, is a professional organization of companies, organizations and individuals being engaged in commercial translation.

About GALA

The Globalization and Localization Association is the largest global non-profit association within the language industry, providing resources, education and research for companies working with translation services, language technology and content localization.  GALA member companies are vendors and buyers of language services and technologies.  They deploy sophisticated multilingual strategies and proven tools to take content and products to markets around the world.  For more information, visit www.gala-global.org.

 

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