Transformative Localization Technology Company Transifex Secures Funding from NEA and Launches Beta Access To Public Massive support from the Open Source Community, and viral demand from companies worldwide have fueled organic growth for the cloud-based continuous localization platform
Transifex represents a major disruption in the way organizations are able to manage continuous localization, which has become a vital component for modern global companies. With Transifex Live, developers now have the ability to translate entire websites and support portals with a single line of code, eliminating the need to mark and extract text for translation. The value of the Transifex’s solutions is evidenced by the traction they have gained among top tier customers including Atlassian, Coursera, Eventbrite, Strava, Vodafone, Waze, and more.
Eli Bildner, Product Manager of Localization at Coursera says, “Coursera is using Transifex Live to internationalize our student help center. Our translators love it, and have told us over and over that it’s fun to simply click links to load another page for translation. It’s much simpler knowing that re-integration is handled automatically without building out complicated sets of string mappings. If it weren’t for Transifex Live, we probably wouldn’t have tackled this project. Transifex Live made this job feasible.”
“In today’s global economy, it is essential to operate in multiple languages and reach worldwide audiences,” said Kittu Kolluri, General Partner at NEA. “The Transifex platform provides an extremely reliable and scalable solution so that companies can readily market, sell, and communicate with customers. We are excited to partner with the Transifex team as they shift the localization landscape and break down barriers to global expansion.”
Founded by CEO Dimitris Glezos, Transifex is driven by a team of global engineering and translation experts to transform the way companies expand to global audiences. “Maintaining multiple localized versions of products and websites can be extremely tedious for developers and marketers, as well as technically challenging. Transifex changes […]