SDL today announced that its machine translation solution, SDL BeGlobal, can now be seamlessly integrated with text analytics solutions.
SDL BeGlobal automatically translates structured and unstructured information across more than 80 language combinations. This information can then be analyzed by text analytics solutions, enabling companies to access global customer insights and business trends.
“With the growth in global business and the accessibility of online information, we now have a much greater need to access and analyze data from multiple languages,” Jean-Francois Damais, deputy managing director of loyalty global clients solutions at Ipsos, an early adopter of the technology, said in a statement. “As a company focused on innovation and dedicated to our clients’ successes, we deployed SDL BeGlobal machine translation to further improve our research insights and bring new value to our customers.”
Today, SDL BeGlobal is used by a number of companies in the text analytics industry, including: Ipsos MORI for predictive analytics, Raytheon BBN Technologies for broadcast monitoring and Web content monitoring, Zylab for eDiscovery, SDL for social intelligence, Next IT for identification of user intent, and Expert Systems for semantic intelligence.