Aflatoun has chosen Wordbee Translator to provide them with both a professional collaborative working environment and powerful translation tools, making the entire work process easier.
Online PR News – 16-April-2012 – Luxembourg – Luxembourg, 11 April 2012: Aflatoun is a dynamic, bottom-up network of organizations interested in education. The Aflatoun programme operates throughout the world in over 80 countries; covering so many different cultures poses many multilingual challenges. While most material is adapted and translated locally, Aflatoun provides core information in at least four languages: English, French, Spanish and Arabic – a goal made possible thanks to a network of dedicated volunteer translators. Aflatoun has chosen Wordbee Translator to provide them with both a professional collaborative working environment and powerful translation tools, making the entire work process easier. “Amongst different software and cloud-based systems, Wordbee provides a solution for translators and proofreaders that is flexible and easy to use and to administer. It is straightforward to implement, user-friendly and translators love it. ” confirms Sophie Conin, Communications Manager from Aflatoun. “We are very proud to enable Aflatoun to continue to excel in multilingual communication, whilst bettering the collaborative working environment of their extensive network of translators, editors and copywriters.” added José Vega, CEO of Wordbee.
Wordbee is a Luxembourgish company that has developed Wordbee Translator, a collaborative platform for project management and Computer Assisted Translation. Wordbee also offers advice and support to companies and public administrations who want to integrate a multilingual dimension in their projects. Wordbee has clients in more than 15 countries.
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From the Netherlands to Namibia, Peru to Palestine, and Mali to Mongolia, the Aflatoun programme has helped make a positive change in the lives of over 1.1 million children in the last 3 years. In communities across 83 countries, children from 6 to 18 years old have started saving money for the future and have started over 3,000 social enterprises and 5,000 financial enterprises to improve their lives and their community. Headquartered in the Netherlands, the Aflatoun Secretariat coordinates the programme’s expansion and the work of partner organisations around the world. It was recently ranked as one of the Top 100 Best NGOs by The Global Journal. It is supported by organisations such as the Dutch Nationale Postcode Loterij, The MasterCard Foundation, Auridis and the Together for Change Alliance.
Contact Sophie Conin, Sophie@aflatoun.org www.aflatoun.org