On January 23, 2018, Shunee Yee, Founder and CEO of CSOFT, opened up an evening at the Asian Art Museum with a speech highlighting the importance of language communications in a world that is not only getting smaller, but also being fundamentally changed by technology.
It was a chilly October night on Friday the 28th and CSOFT employees were busy finishing their work and preparing for the weekend ahead. But, as the ghostly masks, glaring pumpkins, and ghastly rags appeared around the room, it became clear that that this wasn’t a normal Friday night at the office.
With the launching of its #GetSchooled Initiative, CSOFT has announced the beginning of its International Ambassador program. CSOFT will use its network, which spans over 171 countries, to inspire and train individuals and educate them about the problems that girls face in education. Through the Ambassador program, CSOFT hopes to mobilize its global team and […]
As the 12th annual CSOFT Summit rapidly approaches, we here at CSOFT HQ have been taking some time to look back and reflect on the highlights of the previous year’s gathering. In particular, we are taking a look at the inspiring seminars that taught us what innovation and technology meant, in the modern sharing economy.
As one of the keynote speakers at CSOFT’s 11th annual summit, Bill Powell struck a much different tone than others. While his peers spoke of the bright future of globalization, he opened with a much darker tone. “I would like to be a bubbling cauldron of optimism about the world, about the global economy. I’d […]
We caught up with Senior Marketing Associate Bruno Vedrickas who let us know his thoughts about last year’s CSOFT Summit and his thoughts and feelings about how this year’s will go down. How would you describe the CSOFT summit to someone who has never been before? The summit is just a collection of inspiring and […]
We caught up with International HR Associate Kathy Banach to get her insights on the 2015 CSOFT Summit and what she is expecting for this year’s event. How would you describe the summit to someone who has never been before? The Summit is basically a gathering of the rock stars of localization – it’s a world-class event that […]
CSOFT is delighted to have presented Stepes (pronounced / ‘steps/), the world’s first mobile platform for human translation, at this week’s 2016 TAUS Executive Forum in Beijing. Stepes founder Carl Yao was there along with other representatives from HP, VMware, Huawei, LeEco and Microsoft.
In 1970, during the height of the counterculture movement in the US, massive student protests opposing the Vietnam war brought people together, gave them a voice, and empowered them to stand up for their beliefs. The environment, however, was still relatively unprotected. Factories released smoke and sludge, and big V8 Sedans guzzled leaded gas with […]
CSOFT is proud to be participating in the tekom tcworld China 2016 in Shanghai on April 18-19. Our technical communicators, account managers, and operations managers from all around the world along with other experts in the technical communication and localization industries are there at the Pudong InterContinental to learn, network, and exchange ideas for modernizing […]
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 […]