Cross-language webinars, texting, meetings, and mobile engagement by TranslateYourWorld.com aim to propel businesses into the global market
(PRWEB) February 27, 2013
The list of entrepreneurial leaders expected to influence our world economy should expand to include Andrea Busse, female CEO of the mobile technology company, IntelaText, in Atlanta, Georgia, USA (http://www.IntelaText.com). Busse bypassed perplexed and confused American investors to create some of today’s most significant new language distribution technologies, thereby offering a lifeline to a world waiting for a new type of global commerce.
While Americans scratch their heads and wonder why anyone would want to speak another language at all, the Europeans, Asians, Africans, and Middle Easterns embrace this first consolidated bridge over the language barrier. Without speaking a word of another language, in real-time as you speak or type, her new software TranslateYourWorld.com translates your words automatically in up to 78 languages simultaneously. The result is that what you say is almost instantly understandable by a global audience.
Busse’s software, Translate Your World (http://www.TranslateYourWorld.com), enables cross-language speaking, texting, meetings, and mobile engagement applications aimed at propelling businesses into the global market. The software lowers the investment required to do international business while empowering global expansion by small to medium companies.
Entrepreneurial leaders with global vision ride a rough road for early stage support in the U.S.A. Yet despite the odds, and smack in the middle of the most dire economic recession in recent history, Ms. Busse spearheaded a band of developers scattered around the world to successfully create new language distribution software for telephone, webinars, meetings, conferences, tradeshows, speeches, and web chat. All software produce translated voices in 35 languages (like Apple’s “Siri”) or subtitles in 78 languages. And all live in real-time.
TranslateYourWorld.com’s new technology quietly entered the market in 2012, and is garnering raves in many countries. While traditional business owners continue to bemoan a slumping economy, Ms. Busse and her team are opening the floodgates to a world of global business for every entrepreneur in every country simply by releasing the world from its most inhibiting impediment: language.