Gatineau, Quebec, Canada, 13 March 2007 – MultiCorpora is proud to announce impressive results for its 2006 financial year that just ended in February. The new year also bodes well, with the company seeing a growing demand for its new product concept, TextBase TM, which was launched in October 2006.
For MultiCorpora, this past year has been marked by the award of the two most important contracts in the company’s history, doubling not only its number of users, but also its sales. The company also doubled the number of sales and service offices, opening a site in Brussels to better serve the European market. MultiCorpora also acquired a number of governmental clients in Canada, Switzerland, and Germany, and all this in addition to translation agencies and corporations at the international level. To serve these growing needs, MultiCorpora is working to expand its team to 30 members by the end of this year.
The language industry has shown a highly favorable response to the introduction of the TextBase TM concept, a translation tool that offers the best of both worlds. The underlying concept included in MultiTrans version 4.2 combines the advantages of a translation memory and a context-based translation tool. In the experience of Jean-Pierre Cyr, CA, director of CSF translations, ”MultiTrans 4.2 is MultiCorpora’s best product yet in terms of robustness and functionality”.
The driving force behind the company is the complete solution represented by MultiTrans 4.2, which enables the comprehensive management of multilingual assets and will continue to generate growth in the coming years. Yet MultiCorpora is also committed to stepping up its R&D activities, both internally and in partnerships, always with the goal of increased productivity for language specialists.
MultiCorpora is a Canadian company with offices in Gatineau, Quebec, and Brussels, Belgium, focusing exclusively on the development and commercialization of software solutions specifically designed for the language industry. Its showcase product, MultiTrans, features a context-based translation memory, TextBase TM, paired with a termbase management system. Together these two tools provide a multilingual content management solution for large-scale companies and governmental organizations in more than 30 countries.
MultiTrans is the number one translation tool of the Government of Canada, in addition to supplying the linguistic services of such organizations as UNESCO and such companies as Ford of Canada, the Desjardins Financial Corporation, Sobeys, Kraft, HSBC and Pfizer.