We are absolutely delighted to have our innovative automated translation technology recognised at the annual Irish Software Association (ISA) industry awards last weekend. We were shortlisted in this category with 4 other extremely innovative and highly motivated companies – AdaptiveMobile, Escher Group, Oneview Healthcare and TDS Life-Safety, and we are very grateful to all our clients and partners for helping us win this award.
Language is one of the greatest barriers to successful international trade. To create a global presence and trade successfully across multiple borders and markets, companies must translate their product brochures, web content and service information to their customers’ language.
We solve the problem of language to help our clients reach international markets faster than their competitors. We produce language translation software to automate content translation and was the overall winner among five companies shortlisted for the award.
Tony O’Dowd, the Founder and Chief Architect of KantanMT, said, “Ireland’s software and digital technology sector continues to expand rapidly with new and innovative business ideas, and the calibre of the finalist companies is a testament to this success. The team here at KantanMT strive to provide our clients with a new and accessible approach to improve global communication, and are delighted that KantanMT has been recognised by the Irish Software Association as a new technology innovation”.
Over 70 of Ireland’s leading software and digital technology firms entered this year’s awards and the winners were announced at an event on Friday in Dublin, which was attended by 450 company leaders and national stakeholders from Irish technology companies.
Commenting on the winners, Cronan McNamara Founder and CEO of Creme Global and Chair of the ISA said “I wish to congratulate Movidius on attaining the prestigious accolade of ISA Digital Technology Company of the Year. This year, we received an influx of talented, ambitious and worthy nominations. The quality of entrants proves that Ireland is great location to base and grow a technology company”.