San Francisco, CA - May 27, 2015 – Elanex, Inc., the world leader in fast and accurate translation, has formed a strategic partnership with Transifex, a leading Localization Automation Platform (LAP) provider for tech companies and Open Source communities. As a Recommended Translation Partner, Elanex will be recommended to Transifex subscribers looking for translation companies that have considerable expertise in both agile product development and the Transifex platform.
"Elanex is delighted to partner with Transifex to deliver fast and accurate translation for their localization customers," said Donald Plumley, CEO of Elanex, Inc. "Serving clients ranging from the largest global multinational to the most nimble Silicon Valley startup, we know what it takes to support agile development environment and Transifex is a great solution for managing multi-language content."
Transifex’s overall vision aims to make the localization and translation process easy for its subscribers. “It’s about making translation accessible to all companies regardless of their size or experience with localization,” said Dimitris Glezos, founder and CEO of Transifex.
Insightly.com is one subscriber that has already benefitted from the partnership. "Working with Elanex from within Transifex was ideal for Insightly," said Brian McConnell, Head of Localization, Insightly. "Access to the translated content directly from the Transifex Localization Automation Platform streamlined the process and helped us get our translated content live very quickly."
Transifex is a Localization Automation Platform that powers the process of launching digital products and content into multiple languages. Built for companies with rapid development cycles, Transifex's SaaS platform enables developers to create a continuous localization workflow. Through the Transifex API and Git-like command-line client, developers can ensure that new content is always translated, and the latest translations are included with each release. This means faster time-to-market, less strain on engineering, and a better experience for end users.
Founded in 2009 after being incubated in Google's Summer of Code, Transifex raised $2.5 million last year in a seed-funding round led by New Enterprise Associates (NEA). The company is at its heart both global and digital -- with engineers on two continents and customers in over 30 countries representing 20,000+ projects and 200,000+ users, localizing content in more than 100 languages. Companies including Atlassian, Coursera, Eventbrite, Kixeye, and Waze rely on Transifex to achieve a continuous localization workflow.