Luxembourg, April 20, 2018 - Wordbee is proud to announce a new partnership to promote Wordbee products in Asia: Richard Delanty is our first reseller who will be operating from Hong-Kong.
Richard Delanty is the owner and manager of into23 and has a strong background in the translation and localization field.
With 25 years of expertise in the localization industry, Richard will bring both big corporations and smaller companies up to speed with Wordbee’s ambitious plans for the Asian Market.
Richard worked in the translation, localisation and globalization, industry for over 25 years. He started out as a software developer in Ireland before moving to Tokyo in 1996. Twenty-one years later, having lived in Beijing, Shenzhen, Hong Kong, Tokyo and Seoul; after building an organisation from 5 people to almost 1,000, He had decided it was time for a new adventure.
Into23 was founded because he believed there is a growing need for a technology-driven language business in Asia. He wants to help businesses be successful in global markets by simplifying the language challenges by offering tailored solutions that work for each of their customers. They build these solutions by working with the best technology partners and the best linguists in the market.
“I believe Wordbee is the best TMS solution on the market today. Ease of deployment, connectivity to business systems via Beebox, proven scalability, it has everything a global business needs to manage translation. We are excited to be Wordbee’s Asian partner, and we will build Wordbee’s reputation across the region.”
We are excited to have Richard on board and help promote Wordbee in Asia. His sales experience, knowledge in this region make him an excellent choice for Wordbee.
The Luxembourg-based company Wordbee has developed Wordbee Translator, a Cloud-based collaborative translation and project management platform and Wordbee Beebox, a CMS connectivity solution. Wordbee helps renowned Language Service Providers, public and educational organisations, and global leading companies to implement high-performance translation technology.