Acclaro Releases Q2 Language Stats for Client Localization Projects

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Brazilian Portuguese topped the charts as the most requested language of the quarter.

Our global operations in Asia, South America and Europe enable us to source excellent in-country talent and respond with agility to requests for Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, German, Spanish, Japanese and French localization solutions.

Acclaro, a New York-based localization and translation agency, released today the language stats for all second quarter localization projects. While Japanese was the most requested language in Q1, a trend that culminated in the expansion of the Acclaro Tokyo office, Brazilian Portuguese topped the charts in Q2. Ten percent of all translations carried out last quarter were for the Brazilian market.

“Brazil is an economic powerhouse that American companies can’t afford to ignore,” explains Michael Kriz, CEO and Founder of Acclaro. “Our eCommerce clients are enticed by the massive purchasing power of this emerging market. Web and mobile app localization for Brazil are popular services due to the increasing technological sophistication of the Brazilian customer.”

The next five languages in order of demand were:

  •     French, eight percent of all localization projects
  •     Japanese, eight percent of all localization projects
  •     Universal Spanish, five percent of all localization projects
  •     German, five percent of all localization projects
  •     Russian, four percent of all localization projects

The client projects involving these six languages in Q2 ranged from website, software and marketing localization to documentation, training and eLearning, multimedia localization, global SEM, localization staffing and localization consulting.

Another shift from Q1 to Q2 was a surge in demand for English-to-Russian translation. Out of the 60+ languages that Acclaro specializes in, Russian has become a mainstay, representing over four percent of all translation projects last quarter.

“We anticipate steady demand for these languages in the upcoming months,” continues Kriz. “Our global operations in Asia, South America and Europe enable us to source excellent in-country talent and respond with agility to requests for Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, German, Spanish, Japanese and French localization solutions.”

About Acclaro
Acclaro is an international translation and localization agency that helps the world’s leading brands succeed across cultures. With its global headquarters in New York and offices and affiliates in San Francisco, Boston, Buenos Aires, Bangkok, Tokyo and Paris, the agency translates websites, marketing campaigns, documents and software for global enterprises, giving clients an authentic voice in key language markets.

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