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The Nimdzi Language Technology Atlas maps over 800 different technology solutions across a number of key product categories. The report highlights trends and things to watch out for. This is the only map you will ever need to navigate your way across the language technology landscape. The study is being publsihed annually since 2019.
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Yulia graduated as a software engineer. Since 2010 she has worked in localization combining strategic, operational, and marketing functions. Her main areas of research are language technology and game localization. Projects Yulia worked on include the Nimdzi Language Technology Atlas, the “Introduction to Language Technology” e-learning course, Nimdzi’s terminology management systems feature explorer, and numerous studies on language technology for enterprise and government clients.
Jourik holds a Master in Translation and a Postgraduate Certificate in Specialized Translation from KU Leuven, Faculty of Arts, in Antwerp. His consulting work centers around implementing translation technology, deploying MT programs, and optimizing workflows. Jourik has an engineering background and specializes in automation, integrations, machine translation, TMS, and data standardization.
Laszlo is a senior consultant and researcher for language services and technology with more than 10 years of experience in the industry. His expertise ranges from localization supply chain, service delivery and solution development through technology, process and change management to strategy and innovation. He is passionate about what makes individuals, teams, businesses, value streams tick, and helps people make better decisions to win in their field of play. He holds a Masters degree in Economics from the Corvinus University of Budapest.
Sarah is Nimdzi’s VP of Research and leading market analyst. In her day-to-day she runs Nimdzi’s global studies, such as the Nimdzi 100 and the Nimdzi Interpreting Index. In a former life, Sarah was a conference interpreter and virtual interpeting technology (VIT) continues to be a passion of hers. In her role as Nimdzi’s leading expert for interpreting services and technology, Sarah keeps one finger on the pulse of the industry at all times and regularly attends briefings with VIT companies to get the latest on this rapidly evolving field. It is the crossroads of technology and human interaction that particularly fascinates her. As technology – and AI in particular – continues to enter the interpreting space, language access is being enabled in segments of our society that never used any interpreting services before, revealing exciting new possibilities.
Rosemary is Nimdzi’s lead Interpreting Researcher. In this role, she brings her professional experience in conference interpreting, translation, project management and sales to the table to help you best identify your needs and fulfil your company’s aspirations. She is an expert in interpreting technology and has her finger on the pulse of the latest happenings in the industry. Her expertise in this area can provide you with insider knowledge to always be one step ahead.
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