inWhatLanguage Makes Splash With New Technology Team - Hires of Chief Technology Officer Tim Hunt and Sr. Developers, John Sydnor and Per Anderson
August 04, 2016 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsAugust 4, 2016 - Salt Lake City, UT - inWhatLanguage formally announced the hires of new Chief Technology Officer Tim Hunt and Senior Developers John Sydnor and Per Anderson to head their technical development team. Hunt, the founder and former CEO of Lingotek and designer of their translation platform, brings a wealth of knowledge to the organization. Having worked 14 years as a scripture translator supervisor in 85 different languages for the LDS Church, Hunt brings with him over 30 years experience in the translation industry. Sydnor likewise brings invaluable experience to the organization as an expert Senior Developer with 39 years experience working with computer hardware and software, 21 of which were working on internet-based software development and system administration. Anderson, having over 11 years combined experience working as CTO for Learning Components, Inc. and Quick Request, enhances the team with specialized experience in eLearning software development and APIs.
Hunt and Sydnor have been working with inWhatLanguage on a remote basis since late 2013 and are responsible for the development of inWhatLanguage's Translation Management Cloud - UNIFY, which integrates expert professional translators with machine-learning artificial intelligence engines to streamline the localization and translation process of business content.
With the aim to lead the localization and translation industry through the creation and development of an innovative and intuitive Translation Management System (TMS), Hunt joins inWhatLanguage as CTO to continue the development of the UNIFY platform as well as guide the growth and advancement of the organization's technical strategy. After having founded and led several software based businesses, Hunt has a strong resume in business strategic planning, leadership, and software design, making him a perfect fit to lead inWhatLanguage's technical team as they scale their newly built TMS.
From 1995 to 2007, Sydnor owned and operated an internet development and hosting company, SyComM International LLC. He is proficient in almost all programming languages and is an expert in building complex, large-scale, web applications. His extensive experience will allow inWhatLanguage to lean on him for a wide variety of technical needs as the company looks to scale their technology efforts over the next few years.
Cody Broderick, Founder, and CEO of inWhatLanguage acknowledged the importance and impact that the trio makes to the development of their technical team, stating "Adding Tim, John and Per to our team is a game changer for inWhatLanguage. They bring over 30 years of industry experience and a true passion for developing translation technology solutions. We have a bright future and big goals ahead of us. Having these three brilliant minds will help make our goals a reality. We now truly have all of the right pieces in place and are recognized as a standout industry leader in regards to experience, strategy, capabilities, cutting edge technology, and overall value. We are all very excited to have them on the team and look forward to many future successes together".
inWhatLanguage's hiring of their technology team is viewed as the first step in their commitment to scaling UNIFY. Thus, the company's aim for UNIFY becomes to continue to streamline the localization and translation process for large enterprises. And in an industry in which translation processes have been viewed for far too long as inefficient and archaic, inWhatlanguage looks to achieve this initiative by offering an efficient beginning-to-end translation solution.
Simply stated, inWhatLanguage is bound to make waves after making a splash with their new technology team.
inWhatLanguage is a full service translation agency, offering translation services in 180+ languages.By leveraging UNIFY, a completely cloud-based management system, inWhatLanguage streamlines the translation process, resulting in substantial cost and time savings, higher quality translations, and much faster time to market for business enterprises. UNIFY supports 50+ files types, has built-in integrations and APIs, making it easy to connect, translate, and localize all business content in one centralized location.