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Cupid Media Cupid Media
Cupid Media Finds Perfect Partner in SDL
Service
Cupid Media
Since its launch in 2000, online dating specialist Cupid Media has helped more than 30 million people look for love. Today, it offers online dating services in 22 separate languages, across well over 100 countries worldwide.
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Government of Greenland Government of Greenland
SDL TMS helps the Greenlandic Government to cross the language divide
Public Sector
Government of Greenland
Using SDL TMS, The Government of Greenland has increased individual translator productivity by almost 50%.
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Philips Philips
Adopting a Test Center Approach to Launch High-Tech Medical Equipment
Health Care
Philips
Working through the SDL testing center in Colorado, Philips was able to translate its new device into 21 languages in record time and ensure while still meeting the highest levels of quality.
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Hach Hach
Hach Moves Into Global Markets Faster While Reducing Effort and Costs
Manufacturing
Hach
Hach combines the power of SDL Language and SDL Knowledge Center to slash production costs and reach global markets faster.
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Informatica Informatica
Informatica Improves Time to Global Markets with SDL Knowledge Center
Software
Informatica
Pioneer in data integration technology reaches global markets faster and increases ROI in seven months with SDL.
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MAN MAN
Communicating Globally in 35 Languages at the Touch of a Button
Automotive and Transportation
MAN
MAN Truck & Bus relies on SDL to implement all languages.
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Agfa HealthCare Agfa HealthCare
Agfa HealthCare Reaches Market 60% Faster with SDL
Health Care
Agfa HealthCare
By implementing SDL MultiTerm to manage corporate terminology and SDL Passolo for visual software localization, Agfa has increased localized content quality from 75% to 95%, while simultaneously helping to bring new healthcare solutions to market 60% more quickly. It’s all part of the company’s Global Information Management (GIM) strategy to accelerate time-to-market with higher consistency of global content.
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Bosch Bosch
The Bosch Terminology Portal Makes Corporate Language Possible in 23 Languages
Automotive and Transportation, Fast Moving Consumer Goods, Electronics and High-Tech
Bosch
How important is access to centrally-managed corporate terminology in a company which is active on the world stage? Very important! This is proven by impressive user statistical figures for the terminology portal which has been available to Bosch employees since September 2002.
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Bosch Security Systems Bosch Security Systems
Localizing Software For An International Target Audience
Electronics and High-Tech
Bosch Security Systems
BOSCH Security Systems reduces the cost of software localization by 99.5 Percent with SDL.
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Cisco Localization Cisco Localization
Cut Spiraling Costs and Improve Quality
Electronics and High-Tech
Cisco Localization
Cisco Systems: successful improvement of localization business processes for products, technical documentation and web content. 30% cost reduction, accelerated processes and significantly increased productivity.
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CNH CNH
CNH Reduces Translation Costs by 40 Percent in Three Years with SDL
Industrial Goods
CNH
The Global Information Management (GIM) strategy at CNH is anything but agricultural. By standardizing on an integrated GIM solution, the world’s largest agricultural equipment manufacturer has transformed its approach to local language support – and the service it provides to 11,000 dealers in 160 countries.
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GTA Travel GTA Travel
How GTA Grew Its Global Travel Content While Cutting Costs
Travel and Leisure
GTA Travel
GTA selected SDL WorldServer to manage its translation workflows and SDL BeGlobal to automate translation activities through the intuitive machine translation engine.
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Kyocera Kyocera
Kyocera Mita Reaches Its Markets 50% Faster Using a Central Term Base
Electronics and High-Tech, Telecom and Utilities
Kyocera
With SDL MultiTerm managing its terms, Kyocera Mita has experienced significant benefits to both processes and costs.
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NTT Docomo NTT Docomo
Working to a Tight Development Schedule, NTT DOCOMO Releases English-Language Versions of its Software
Telecom and Utilities
NTT Docomo
The smartphone market continues to grow rapidly on a global scale. Having increased its unit sales through early bird launching of smartphones on the Japanese market, NTT DOCOMO aims to deliver outstanding value in its applications and content services, as well as its products.
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RS Components RS Components
Improved Consistency for Global Branding
Electronics and High-Tech
RS Components
RS Components had a new business strategy that required large product ranges to be available in the local language, initially in France, Germany and Italy, but ultimately across the globe.
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Semiconductor Firm Semiconductor Firm
Large Semiconductor Firm Solves its Translation Challenges with SDL
Electronics and High-Tech
Semiconductor Firm
The company wanted to be perceived as a global brand, rather than an American company trying to extend its business into foreign markets.
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Studio GroupShare Studio GroupShare
SDL Studio GroupShare Powers Collaboration at SDL
Translation, Business Services
Studio GroupShare
SDL Language Solutions is one of the world’s largest Language Service Providers, known for its high quality translation services, proven operational expertise and world-class technology.
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TomTom TomTom
Improve Process Transparency and Efficiency
Manufacturing, Automotive and Transportation, Consumer Services
TomTom
Each day TomTom ensures that 45 million customers reach their destinations, with 800 sextillion routes available in 35 languages, thanks to its partnership with SDL.
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Kramp Kramp
From Printed Product Catalogs to a Global Online Store
Wholesale, Automotive and Transportation
Kramp
Kramp partners with SDL to meet global customers’ online needs, reduce translation cost by over a half and drive overall sales.
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Alfa Laval Alfa Laval
Alfa Laval Separates Complexity from the Localization Process
Manufacturing
Alfa Laval
By choosing SDL TMS to boost translation efficiency and content reuse, Alfa Laval is able to produce twice as many translations at half the cost and in half the time.
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Nielsen Nielsen
Nielsen adopts a 360-degree approach to customer experience in over 100 countries
Service
Nielsen
In the past five years alone, Nielsen calculates it has saved over $2 million through its successful partnership with SDL.
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KONE KONE
How KONE Migrated Its 50 Websites and Raised Conversion by 20%
Industrial Goods
KONE
When KONE decided to migrate its websites to a more stable and dynamic platform, it had to address region-specific content, mobile display and faster performance on site. The manual process of localizing and managing web content was also slowing them down. But in little over a year, the migration was complete and KONE was seeing a 20% lift in conversion rates. How did this global brand streamline its processes, meet local needs and transform the online customer experience?
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SKF SKF
SKF Presents One Face to the Customer with Digital Ecosystem Powered by SDL
Manufacturing
SKF
Leading manufacturer SKF was looking to establish a single, global online presence as well as deliver relevant local experiences across 60 regional sites. Using SDL language and web solutions as the lynchpin in its digital ecosystem, SKF engineered a better online experience that translated into 15% more site visits and customer inquiries every year.
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