Akorbi, a provider of multilingual business solutions, recently announced that it has replaced its Web-based platform for business process and translation management with the BusinessManager from Plunet GmbH.
Plunet BusinessManager solution will provide a high degree of automation and flexibility to Akorbi by integrating translation software, financial accounting and quality management systems. Within a configurable system, various functions and extensions of Plunet BusinessManager can be adapted to individual requirements, supporting the critical information needs of Akorbi’s clients.
With the solution, Akorbi will be able to plan and control their telephone, letter and email marketing campaigns. They will be able to create tasks for all customers and employees and then track these tasks in real time, with no interruptions. The Plunet dashboard provides a constant overview of any outstanding tasks.
“Plunet BusinessManager provides flexible business process and translation management support, not only for our existing needs, but for our company’s continuous and long-term growth, said Claudia Mirza, CEO of Akorbi, in a statement. “This software allows us to better serve our clients by helping our project managers streamline workflow, decrease delivery time and eliminate duplicate tasks, regardless of the size or complexity of projects.”
In related news, Akorbi was recently ranked as one of the largest providers of translation, localization and interpreting services in the U.S. and globally by independent market research firm, Common Sense Advisory, in "The Language Services Market: 2014" report. In this annual state of the industry report issued June 2014, Akorbi ranked as a Top 20 in the list of largest translation and interpreting suppliers in North America, and in the Top 80 in the list of world's leading providers of translation, localization and interpreting services. This makes Akorbi one of the top-grossing language service providers in the $37.19 billion global market for outsourced language services and technology.
Edited by Adam Brandt