Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) March 18, 2009
Glyph Language Services, Inc., a global leader in customized language services for the software, Web media and training industries, has signed a contract with the U.S. National Parks Service to translate its online content into Spanish.
Glyph's top Spanish translators will localize the online content for the 391 parks, monuments and memorials that are maintained by the Parks Service. A U.S. government GSA-approved contractor since 2004, Glyph beat out more than 20 other bidders to win the contract.
The extensive project further cements Glyph as an innovator in Web site and multimedia localization.
"A project as detailed as the Parks Service Web site shows that we are on the cutting edge for the latest trends in technology localization," said Glyph CEO Aaron Schliem.
Glyph's in-house Spanish linguist Jessica Medina-Torres is leading the translation team. Medina-Torres is a native of Puerto Rico and a graduate of the prestigious Université de Mons-Hainaut in Belgium.
About Glyph Language Services
Glyph Language Services, Inc., customizes and implements global communications strategies for industry leaders in the software, telecommunications, life sciences, food and beverage and e-learning industries.
A common thread in all of Glyph's services is a core belief in the power of language as a motor for connecting people. Glyph depends on the ingenuity of its talented staff to deliver customized solutions, infused with the right complement of technology and bound by the structure of the Glyph Quality Protocol.
Among Glyph's offerings are document translation, software localization and internationalization, Web site globalization, multilingual design services and linguistic/cultural consulting to satisfied clients around the world. For further information, please visit http://www.glyphservices.com.
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