CommLab India’s team visits China to strengthen its translation vendor network in order to cater to the growing demands for translation and localization of e-learning courseware.
Hyderabad, India, August 02, 2015 –(PR.com)– With globalization, corporate organizations, big and small, have spread far and wide. As a ripple effect, there has been a great deal of interest in translation and localization of e-learning courseware. According to RK Prasad, CEO of CommLab India, never has been such a demand for translated e-learning courses by organizations; what’s more, the demand is not just for translation of content and text, it is also for audio narration into almost all international languages.
CommLab India is riding this wave for the last six years, with about 20% of its revenue coming from e-learning translations. It anticipates even more growth in the years to come. To meet this ever-increasing demand from its global customers, CommLab is now making all efforts to beef up its capacity by recruiting and partnering with translation companies and audio narrators across the world.
In this context, its senior management team has visited China (Beijing and Hong Kong) this July and conducted a series of meetings with local translation companies. CommLab hopes that this endeavor will result in partnering with cost-effective, quality conscious companies who wish to take advantage of CommLab’s enviable list of Fortune 500 clients.
About CommLab India
CommLab India LLP is a leading learning solutions company with expertise in design and development of e-learning courses. Its learning solutions include e-learning course development, m-learning solutions, conversion of legacy courses into the mobile compatible HTML5 format, translation of online courses and hosting and managing training materials on LMS.
CommLab has worked with organizations in various industries such as finance, insurance, manufacturing and healthcare. Based in India, it is the preferred vendor to several Fortune 500 companies, such as Alcoa, Mettler-Toledo and Pepco Holding Inc. and has an ongoing relationship with organizations such as SAI Global, Hill-Rom and Unilever.
Ayesha Habeeb Omer