Globalization Just Got An Upgrade: MotionPoint Awarded Four Patents for its Website Translation Technologies

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South Florida company receives four patents, confirming its leadership position in website translation and globalization.

"This patent portfolio is just one example of the innovation that is fundamental to everything we do.” -- Will Fleming, MotionPoint’s CEO.

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office recently awarded MotionPoint Corporation, the leader in website translation and globalization services, four patents for its unique technologies used to dynamically translate and automatically synchronize websites. Additional patents are also pending.

This patent portfolio reflects MotionPoint’s leadership position in the website translation and globalization space. It also confirms MotionPoint’s commitment to improving clients’ growth and penetration into new markets through technological innovation.

The four awarded patents cover such MotionPoint capabilities as its proxy based approach to website translation and its automated synchronization. The patents are titled:

  •     “Dynamic language translation of web site content”
  •     “Synchronization of web site content between languages”
  •     “Automation tool for web site content language translation”
  •     “Analyzing web site for translation”

“I believe our tremendous success flows directly from MotionPoint’s mission to make it easy for clients to boost their businesses and brands. We do this by empowering them to engage emerging markets in their customers’ preferred language. This patent portfolio is just one example of the innovation that is fundamental to everything we do,” said Will Fleming, MotionPoint’s CEO.

“These patents help to ensure that our innovations maximize clients’ customer outreach, customer satisfaction, customer loyalty, and business success,” Fleming said. “We’ve had great success doing precisely this with the hundreds of clients we currently serve.”

About MotionPoint
World-class organizations trust MotionPoint to translate and optimize their internet and intranet sites, reaching new markets in less than 90 days, and with zero IT development. The company serves U.S. based and international clients from its headquarters in South Florida. For more information, please visit

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