Tilde is happy to announce that it has recently joined Germany’s largest and most active entrepreneurial network – the German Association for Small and Medium-sized Businesses (BVMW).
Small and medium-sized businesses are the backbone of the German economy, as they represent around 3.3 million enterprises and create 70% of the jobs. At the same time, Germany is an export nation and small and medium-sized enterprises in particular depend on international markets if they are to scale up successfully. However, linguistic barriers often create big headaches for business owners unless they have the right translation and technology partners.
“The Mittelstand 4.0 Competence Center of BVMW and its R&D partners supports SMEs in Digitalisation of their businesses. Tilde is our first language technology company member. The high-end solutions of Tilde are an excellent fit for the needs of our member companies. Also, Tilde is our first member from Latvia. We strongly believe in the great value of our cooperation”, said Reinhold von Ungern-Sternberg, Director Foreign Trade CEE countries
Language technologies based on artificial intelligence have become a remarkable resource, helping businesses to reach new audiences while delivering a truly global customer experience, without the language barrier. Tilde provides all the necessary tools that any small or medium-sized company may need to quickly grow in the multilingual world.
“We are thrilled to join the BVMW association, which shares our values for innovation and growth,” said Andrejs Vasiljevs, CEO of Tilde. “Our multilingual solutions provide essential support to German exporters and most recently to the German EU Council Presidency, so it was a natural decision to join the BVMW organization. We are looking forward to collaborating with BVMW members, helping them to overcome language barriers with the best combination of human and machine translation.”
Tilde will host a series of webinars exclusively for BVMW members to guide them on using AI-Powered language technologies for business innovation and growth.