thebigword introduces exciting integration with Dropbox to their WordSynk Translation

Global Language Technology company thebigword has rolled out a new development, an integration with Dropbox which going forward will make it easier for clients using WordSynk Translation.

WordSynk was introduced by thebigword to simplify both the translation and interpreting experience for their customers.

With this in mind, thebigword team are excited to share that they have now integrated Dropbox as a new way of uploading files into the translation system. With Dropbox, clients will be able to upload documents up to 2GB, increased from 1GB for direct browser upload.

Commenting on the new Dropbox integration, Chief Information Officer at thebigword Group, Mark Rice said: “We are always looking to enhance our customer experience following feedback and we are pleased we can continue to delight our customers with new and innovative features such as this Dropbox integration.”

Cheryl Emery, Head of Translation Operations at thebigword Group said: “We are so pleased to be able to introduce this new integration with Dropbox to our WordSynk platform. This new development will make it much easier for our translation clients going forward when uploading files in WordSynk.”

The integration through Dropbox is available to all clients who use translation within thebigword’s WordSynk platform. Clients will need to have their own Dropbox account and if they do not currently have one, they can create one on the Dropbox website.

Details of how to use the new Dropbox integration can be seen below:

The technology team will continue to monitor and receive feedback from users going forward to help with developments to the WordSynk platform.

WordSynk an industry first all-in-one language platform, has been at the heart of thebigword’s transformation. The platform combines all services, from translation through to transcription and interpreting within one language technology platform.

The company’s mission is for WordSynk to become the world’s defacto multilingual communication tool.