Linguify.Oracle from LinguaNext Automatically Translates Oracle ERP Systems from any Language to any Language

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LinguaNext Announces General Availability of its Multilingual Solution that Substantially Reduces Language Costs for Oracle E-Business Suite Customers

LinguaNext™ Inc., the leader in enterprise software language management, today announced the general availability of its Linguify.Oracle multi-language solution. Linguify.Oracle enables Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) enterprise resource planning (ERP) users to translate their screens, reports and files from any language to any language, instantaneously. This is accomplished without any changes to the underlying Oracle ERP code, language, data or business logic. Linguify.Oracle is ideal for multi-national corporations that want to reduce the maintenance, storage, and support costs of their existing multi-language support (MLS) install and/or provide MLS in local languages for subsidiaries or for companies in countries where the local language is not supported with a national language support (NLS) package.

Implementing local languages in an Oracle ERP system typically requires adding system nodes in those languages. This increases overall costs through additional infrastructure, maintenance and support. However, Linguify.Oracle eliminates these costs by separating language from the ERP system itself. Now local languages can be overlaid on top of an existing Oracle system, dramatically reducing the number of nodes required to support multiple languages, the storage needed and the support involved to maintain the Oracle EBS infrastructure.

“Linguify.Oracle is a major step forward for Oracle ERP users who are looking for a simple, cost effective and non-invasive way to implement additional languages,” said Atul Tulshibagwale, CEO of LinguaNext. “Traditionally, adding languages to an Oracle environment requires additional licensing, a local implementation of the system and database, and a complex integration process. Linguify separates language from the ERP itself and, while running independently, translates the system in real-time. No complex architecture, risky localization project or expensive licensing is required.”

Linguify.Oracle has been deployed by a number of early adopters including some Global 2000 companies in the financial services industry, such as Union Bank, Punjab National Bank, Canara Bank and Bank of Baroda.

Linguify.Oracle is an innovative, off-the-shelf software solution that enables the full range of Oracle ERP products to be used in any language with local terminology or customizations, and with zero change to the underlying application code or database. The Linguify family of products is available for a variety of enterprise software systems including Oracle, SAP, Sage, Microsoft Dynamics and many others. Linguify is installed at the client front-end and translates all screens, reports and files. The result is a reliable and scalable way of delivering multi-language business software applications. Contact your local LinguaNext office for current availability.

About LinguaNext

LinguaNext is the market leader in enterprise application language management and has transformed the way global corporations address multi-language and local language support for their information technology systems. With a roster of over 70 large enterprise customers including 25 of the Forbes Global 2000 and a deployed base of over 1,000,000 end users, LinguaNext is fast becoming the de facto standard. LinguaNext’s innovative technology-based solutions enable any enterprise, mobile or cloud software system to work in any language, seamlessly and with zero changes to the underlying application code. Learn more at


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Christopher Lanfear

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Jessica Mularczyk

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