China Linguist clients can now seamlessly translate website content via the WPML Plugin
NEW YORK, NY – 08/01/18 – China Linguist Translations is pleased to announce that it is now offering seamless WordPress integration to its clients via the WPML plugin. China Linguist customers will now be able to send and receive website content for translation without ever leaving the WordPress platform.
This multilingual solution will allow clients to seamlessly integrate their WordPress content with China Linguist’s industry-leading translation services. The WPML plugin builds a direct bridge between clients’ multilingual content and China Linguist’s network of over 8,000 linguists. This service will help customers build time-saving translation workflows and streamline the process of creating and updating multilingual website content.
WordPress currently owns the lion’s share of the CMS market. Over 60% of CMS users use the WordPress platform and it powers over 30% of all websites. With nearly two-thirds of all CMS users working on the WordPress platform, the WPML plugin optimizes workflows for the majority of multilingual content published on the internet.
This is just the first of China Linguist’s planned CMS integrations for 2018. Connect with China Linguist on social media for further updates.
About China Linguist:
China Linguist Translations is the fastest growing major language service provider in North America and one of the largest intellectual property translation companies in the world. Specializing in patent, life sciences, and legal translations where accuracy and subject matter expertise are paramount, China Linguist provides ISO 9001 and 13485-certified translations into more than 150 languages and offers end-to-end technology-enabled translation, localization, and multimedia solutions. China Linguist is the trusted partner to thousands of organizations including Fortune 500 companies, Am Law 200 firms, and international regulatory bodies. Headquartered in New York City, China Linguist has offices across the globe in San Francisco, Hamburg, London, and Jerusalem.