Language Technology Company thebigword B.V. has big plans to expand in the Netherlands following a successful year for the company which is based in The Hague.
thebigword works with a range of clients and sectors in the Netherlands including Xerox, Hyster-Yale, Diversey, and Unilever Nederland. The company also recently secured new contracts with the European Commission and leisure marketplace TOM BV, one of the fastest growing companies in the Netherlands.
In addition, thebigword works with a range of clients from the International Security and Justice sector, which are based in The Hague also known as International city of Peace.
Utilising the all-in-one language platform, WordSynk, which was launched by thebigword B.V. last June, the company expects to grow by 30% in the Netherlands over the next 12 months.
WordSynk is powered by Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning that delivers savings of up to 80% on standard localisation costs to the private and public sector clients in the Netherlands, without compromising quality
For the first time, customers looking for translation, interpreting or transcription are able to seamlessly access a range of services and engage directly with thousands of highly skilled linguists around the globe at the touch of a button.
CEO of thebigword Group, Joshua Gould said: “thebigword has had a fantastic year in the Netherlands and it really has become our headquarters in Europe.
As a result of the launch of WordSynk, we are really confident that we have the tools to successfully grow our business there and we have plans to expand our team in the Hague to deliver this.”
Business Development Director, Geertje Borgsteijn added: “thebigword B.V has huge potential to grow over the next 12 months. We have been working really hard to strengthen and grow network of linguists and partnerships in the Netherlands and we are delivering excellent results for our clients across mainland Europe.”