Slator 2020 Language Service Provider Index featured Janus Worldwide in the Top Global Language Service Providers List
Janus Worldwide has been included in the annual Top 50 index list of the world’s largest language service providers. This is the third time we have appeared on the list. 2019 resulted in a 7% increase in total revenue, continuing a positive growth dynamic
Janus Worldwide was listed in the Slator “Super Agencies and Leaders” index, moving up to the number 37 spot based on results of 2019.
” It’s an honor to be included in Slator annual rating, an Index that we have such respect for," said Konstantin Josseliani, CEO at Janus Worldwide. "I'm incredibly proud of our team for their professional attitude and sustainably following “Customer First” principles. The Translation Industry is constantly evolving, and we strive to make our productivity and project management processes a benchmark in the industry and proceed to be a trusted partner for our customers and partners.”
The Slator Industry review noted that 2019 has again been a year of transition for the language industry, and LSPs have been integrating the latest translation productivity technologies into the complex supply chain.
Janus Worldwide is no exception as we stay on the pulse and strengthen our project management capabilities that allow simplification of engagement between Janus and our customers. We have launched a new Global Translation Platform - GTP 2.0, that encompasses the entire spectrum of the translation process, and many of our clients and partners have already had the opportunity to assess its value and functionality for project management control.
Our new EDGE division offers customized express translation services for customers with a fixed annual budget.
We stepped into 2020 with rational optimism, and considering the challenging environment we remain agile with respect to the company mission and values. Expertize and business ethics are at the heart of everything we do.
*Super Agencies and Leaders - Index of leading language service providers, whose sources of revenue are derived from services such as translation, localization, language technology, interpreting, subtitling and dubbing and other related services.