Language Weaver’s CEO Predicts What’s in Store for Language Translation in 2010

Mark Tapling Reflects on 2009’s Most Notable Translation Milestones and How They Will Shape Global Communication and Customer Care in 2010

Los Angeles, CA, January 25, 2010 --( Language Weaver (, the leader in trusted automated translation solutions, today announced a podcast with CEO Mark Tapling discussing why 2009 marked the “breakout year” for language translation and what industry trends to anticipate in 2010.

Specifically, listeners will learn:
· Which companies made the biggest noise in translation last year
· How language translation enhances customer care and global communication
· Tips to maximize the benefits of language translation in the coming year

“Automated machine translation has been around since the 1950’s, but 2009 was its breakout year in which several big players entered the space,” said Mark Tapling, CEO of Language Weaver. “Consequently, more people are beginning to realize the importance of language translation as a communication tool that can help businesses cost-effectively communicate with customers in multiple languages over the Internet and cut costs associated with call centers.”

To tune in to the podcast in its entirety, click here.

About Language Weaver
Language Weaver provides trusted automated translation solutions that translate high-value, dynamic digital information quickly and effectively to improve human communications. The company’s products have been deployed worldwide in organizations across numerous industries and levels of government to increase operational effectiveness, manage brand experiences and boost customer engagement. Language Weaver was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Los Angeles, with offices in Washington DC, London, Paris, Brussels, Tokyo and Cluj, Romania. For more information visit

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