FORD MOTOR COMPANY PARTNERS WITH THEBIGWORD FOR TRANSLATION SERVICES
April 25, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsNew York, NY – thebigword Group, a global translation services company, today announced that it has been engaged by Ford Motor Company to help the company communicate with its multi-national workforce located in over 20 countries.
Specifically, thebigword will be translating Ford employee training documents into German, Swedish, Spanish and Portuguese. With many of these training programs mandatory for employee completion, ease of completion and comprehension is critical to Ford’s global compliance.
“Teaming with Ford Motor Company is a great partnership and are really pleased that they have chosen thebigword to help with such an important and integrated part of its business,” commented Greg Rosner, Vice President of US Sales for thebigword.
“Getting employees to understand how to use new systems is always a challenge – in any language. Having these training courses available in the employees’ primary language is key to a new program’s success,” added Rosner.
About thebigword Group
thebigword is one of the world’s leading translation service providers, with offices in New York, Chicago London, Japan, Denmark, Germany, Belgium, and most recently, China. Offering a global reach, thebigword is a multifaceted corporation allowing customers to experience the best in translation services encompassing the best technology solutions in the industry. With 30 years of experience working in the automotive industry, thebigword understands the processes involved in producing high quality, accurate and specialised translations. With a global network of over 7,500 linguists, including translators and interpreters, who operate in 150 languages and 500 language pairs across 77 countries, thebigword translates for a broad range of industries including finance, sales and marketing, healthcare, manufacturing and IT. Services provided by thebigword include: interpreting, multimedia voice over, eLearning, and web site translation and localization. For more information visit: www.thebigword.com.