DeskAlerts Introduces Portuguese Interface Translation

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DeskAlerts integrated a Portuguese interface into its desktop notifications software.

The internal communications provider has expanded its global reach and integrated a Portuguese interface into its desktop notifications software. With approximately 260 million speakers around the world, the introduction of the Ibero-Romance language will play a key role in ensuring DeskAlerts continues to lead the way in offering state-of-the-art, multi-lingual workplace communications.

Across the globe, Portuguese is the sole official language of seven nations including Portugal, Brazil, Mozambique, Angola and Cape Verde. It’s considered a co-official language in China, Equatorial Guinea and East Timor and is also spoken by communities in India, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and Malaysia. On a global basis, Portuguese is the sixth most spoken language on the planet.

By introducing Portuguese to its selection of interface languages DeskAlerts is ensuring that its global portfolio of clients gets the absolute most out of the software. From hospitals and hospitality to commerce and law, the flexibility to offer Portuguese speaking employees content in their native tongue is set to boost productivity across the board.

Vdovin explains, “Portuguese isn’t simply spoken in Portugal. Today, the language is adopted by 260 million speakers across the globe. As well as households it’s also spoken in a large portion of workplaces which is why we selected it as the next DeskAlerts language interface upgrade.”

For Portuguese speaking users the language interface upgrade offers an easier, faster and more authentic experience. Even if employees are fluent in English content can still be sent, processed and actioned much more efficiently when read in a user’s first language. This means more clarity, fewer misunderstandings and a workforce that’s entirely in-the-loop. The ability to navigate the interface in Portuguese will greatly enhance the DeskAlerts experience and ensure that all messages are relayed and received as accurately as possible.

Activating the Portuguese interface is easy and can be done in just seconds. Users simply log in to DeskAlerts account, select Portuguese as the interface language and enjoy composing, sending and receiving pop-up desktop notifications in their native tongue.

The upgrade follows the roll out of French, Spanish and Russian to the DeskAlerts interface. Now the globalization friendly software caters to four of the world’s most popular languages, and is a valuable tool for companies with multi-cultural workforces. Today, DeskAlerts is the internal communications solution of choice for a myriad of the world’s leading companies. With offices in over 130 countries Hapag Lloyd is sure to leverage the new Portuguese interface. Companies such as BP which hold a strong South American presence will also benefit.

Anton Vdovin, DeskAlerts Project Manager explains, “The introduction of different languages to the DeskAlerts interface has proved hugely popular with users across the globe. With Spanish, French and Russian already in place, our developers and market research teams identified Portuguese as a valuable asset for both our current and future client bases.”

As an increasing number of companies continue to expand their global presence the DeskAlerts Portuguese interface is well positioned for instant success.

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DeskAlerts is the alert software that works in technologically and geographically diverse networks. It is a completely web-based solution that can be used to send desktop alerts and news updates to any employee within your organization, improving communications and productivity with a more efficient communication strategy than traditional email alone. View the DeskAlerts video to find out more.

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