Lost in Translations Inc. is here to help you be local in the global market. We think you can serve your customers, partners and audience better in their own language. We also think you should be able to manage your website's or app's language versions easily and cost effectively, all with one service. And you should be able to do it from anywhere. All you need is a blue mustache. Meet Mr. Locale.
Mr. Locale is a cloud based service, created by Lost in Translations Inc., to manage all your language versions in one service. “It helps developers and businesses to manage and maintain their language versions centrally e.g. there’s no need to distribute files back and forth with translators,”
One of its most wanted features is its unique on-site widget. The widget allows you to translate or make corrections on top of your web service or app. This means seeing the real context, which helps translators tremendously. It also makes immediate, on-site corrections possible.
“Mr. Locale is not a translation service, but a service to manage language versions. We do plan to offer automated and professional translations via Mr. Locale in the future. This way our customers can decide whether they want to translate by themselves or use our service to do so. This can be a handy service for translator agencies to offer their clients as well,” Jordman explains.
The service currently launched its Beta phase with selected customers, and dozens of companies have registered to the beta program. The team is excited: “We love to hear feedback! The general consensus is that the service is definitely needed and we are collecting feedback to make it even more valuable!” If you wish to join our Beta, sign up at http://www.mrlocale.com
Mutual Seed Fund, part of the Grow VC Group (http://www.growvcgroup.com) and officially published later this year, is a seed investor in Lost in Translations Inc. and the company is also in the Grow VC Group’s global business development program.
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