The globalization of the life sciences and the gaming industry has historically suffered from a lack of strong translation due to the highly technical nature of their content. The technical expertise required by these industries also means that there is an extremely limited pool of qualified translators. CSOFT-backed Stepes, a mobile translation platform, seeks to solve this problem by shifting translation to mobile. With more than 1.4 billion smartphone users in the world and counting, subject matter experts can easily translate whenever and wherever they want.
To learn more about this latest technology, come and visit us at the upcoming LocWorld30 Tokyo on Wednesday, April 13th. Stepes founder Carl Yao will be there to speak on both the Life Sciences Business panel and the Gaming Localization Panel. Other speakers at the conference include representatives from Adobe Systems, Google, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, IBM, Lenovo, Microsoft, Netflix, Salesforce and many more.
“Stepes is a global game changer for how translation can be done,” said Carl Yao. “We’re looking forward to sharing how Stepes can transform the language industry by going mobile.”
By harnessing the knowledge of medical and gaming experts, Stepes promises the ease of Google Translate combined with the quality of the best human translation. There is no better solution for improving translation quality than having people who are passionate about the subject matter do the translation themselves.
LocWorld is the largest localization event in the world; it’s a prestigious opportunity for industry leaders and entrepreneurs to share insights and the newest innovations in the translation world. Some highlighted presentations include “Localizing for Customers and Beyond,” “West Meets East—Innovations by Asian Internet Companies,” “Tailoring Your Product to Succeed in Japan,” and “Bridging Cultural Differences with the Hybrid Approach.”
You can visit their website to see the full conference program. And if you want to learn more about Stepes, please visit www.stepes.com. Stepes is also available for download from the iTunes and Google Play stores.