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New Translation Services Portal developed by Globalization Partners International now offered by two DC-area Organizations

Globalization Partners International (GPI)


Wednesday, 12 October, 2005

WASHINGTON, DC, - October 11, 2005 - Globalization Partners International (GPI), a provider of website, software and documentation translation services announced today that two organizations have adopted its translation services portal (www.translationportal.com). The Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC), one of the largest technology councils in the USA, and the Mason Enterprise Center's International Business Development Program (IBDP) a business accelerator, are both offering customized versions of GPIs translation services portal as an additional membership benefit.

The translation services portal was just launched this summer and provides Membership Organizations, Franchises, Incubators, Technology Parks and Business Accelerators with easy and secure access to high-quality language translation services at volume discount pricing via their own custom branded portals.

"NVTC is always looking for new benefits to enhance the value of membership," said Robin Randall, Director of Member Relations at NVTC. "Through the NVTC Member Advantage program, Globalization Partners International is now offering all of our members immediate and secure access to a central translation services portal, 24/7 real-time access to estimates for document translation projects in over 40 languages, the ability to submit files for actual quotes and projects and access to online status reports."

"Our International Business Accelerator is the ideal vehicle for a non-US company to crack the large and complex American marketplace," said Marshal Ferrin, Director of the IBDP. "We have assisted fifteen companies from five countries achieve their business goals in the States and look forward to working with four more technology firms in 2006 alone. The GPI Translation Services Portal is a vital tool for firms adapting to the US business environment."

"These organizations wanted to provide their members with valuable language support services in order to help them enter and succeed in new markets worldwide, and have an additional web venue to further their own brand," said Martin Spethman, GPI's Managing Partner. "Now they can offer their members, tenants and franchisees discounted translation services by consolidating volumes through their portals. GPI hosts and customizes the portals for free, so there are no additional IT burdens or costs for these organizations or their members."

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