Ccaps Translation and Localization recently announced that it has been included in the official ranking of Latin America's largest language services providers (LSPs) within the interpretation and translation industry.
The research was conducted by Common Sense Advisory (CSA Research), an independent market research firm. The report was officially released under the title "The Language Services Market: 2015."
The ranking included Ccaps in the $38.16 billion global market for outsources technology and services in language. It was also listed as among the 10 biggest localization vendors in Latin America.
“For the past 15 years, we have been serving large corporations and key players in the localization market,”
Fabiano Cid said. “Our commitment to an outstanding customer service, intensive investment in our human and technological resources and the strong belief in our corporate values have secured Ccaps this leading position in Latin America.”
Ccaps is known for its translation accuracy, business reliability and regional knowledge around the world. It has created a large network of competencies, with native speakers who can translate 15 languages, in addition to web and software localization and technical translation, live and over-the-phone interpreting, project management and multimedia projects.
“The market for outsourced language services and supporting technology is immensely important to the businesses, government agencies, non-profits, and individuals that produce or consume information,”
Don DePalma said. “As organizations both large and small address more languages, we predict that the industry will continue to grow and that the market will increase to $49.8 billion by 2019.”
Further details are available on the CSA's website.
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