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Lingotek
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Lingotek enables massive amounts of content to be translated in a rapid, trusted, cost-effective way using sophisticated translation technologies, workflow management and community collaboration.

Archenette EvangelioMar 15, 2011 03:44 pm GMT3125 views
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Lingotek Enables FamilySearch Members to Translate Historical Family Documents
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Lingotek's application, available for free to FamilySearch members, will offer instant access to fast, reliable and cost-effective translation of historical documents. Lingotek's...

Tim SatterthwaiteAug 17, 2011 07:20 am GMT1791 views
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Lingotek Enables FamilySearch Members to Translate Historical Family Documents
Lingotek Continues Strong Growth
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"Our expanded staff and new headquarters are integral components to Lingotek's growth strategy going forward," said Vandenberg. "Lingotek is poised to go the distance in the...

Samuel BennettJan 17, 2012 02:55 pm GMT1298 views
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Lingotek Continues Strong Growth
4 Reasons Organizations Should Crowdsource Their Translations
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In this article, Lingotek addresses four benefits organizations receive from crowdsourcing in general and evaluate if those benefits transfer effectively to translation projects. The four...

Fritz SchaeferApr 30, 2011 01:07 am GMT2560 views
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4 Reasons Organizations Should Crowdsource Their Translations
Lingotek Announces Contest for CrowdConf2011
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Collaborative Translation Company Lingotek To Announce Contest Winner at World’s Largest Crowdsourcing Conference

Lingotek, a leading provider of collaborative translation solutions, is offering crowdsourcing fans the chance to win a prize in a contest held just before this year’s CrowdConf2011, the world’s first and largest conference on the future of distributed work. The contest, presented by Lingotek, will award the prize to the contestant with the best essay related to the importance of translation in global business.

The winner of the contest will be awarded access to Lingotek’s award-winning Collaborative Translation Platform—Hosted Version for one year as well as two tickets to the world’s largest crowdsourcing conference, CrowdConf2011 (approximate retail value of $36,100). The contest runs from October 6-21, please go to and click on the Contests page. If the contestant “likes” Lingotek on Facebook, enters the required information and shares their best essay related to the importance of language translation for business, the contestant will be entered into the contest. Entries will be judged by Lingotek President and CEO Rob Vandenberg, Crowdflower CEO Woody Hobbs, Crowdflower Founder and Executive Chairman Lukas Biewald and Daily Crowdsource Founder David Bratvold, the judges will present the award on October 25th and recognize the winner on stage at CrowdConf2011.  See Official Rules for further information.

“CrowdConf2011 gathers leaders in a field that is fundamentally changing the way work is done around the globe,” said Rob Vandenberg, President and CEO of Lingotek. “Lingotek is one of the technologies on the cutting edge of this shift. We’re proud to be part of this world-changing discussion, as well as award the prize of Lingotek’s crowd-oriented benefits to a lucky winner.”

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Crowdsourcing.orgOct 06, 2011 09:01 pm GMT5292 views
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Interview with Rob Vandenberg of Lingotek
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With social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and others on the horizon, it’s evident that social media has empowered individuals to access, publish, and consume information 24 hours a day....

Jason RobbinsOct 20, 2012 01:02 am GMT1471 views
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Interview with Rob Vandenberg of Lingotek
The Future Will Require Translation, and Your Community Can Help
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Lingotek CEO Rob Vandenberg says the future will require translation as Internet access saturates more of the globe, and your online community can help keep lines of communication open across linguistic borders.

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Crowdsourcing.orgDec 13, 2011 06:54 pm GMT2591 views
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International Growth through Content Management Systems

In this guest post, Lingotek CEO Rob Vandenberg explains how localized content management systems can attract and retain a crowd of community members.

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Crowdsourcing.orgDec 27, 2011 05:25 am GMT4142 views
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Four Reasons Organizations Should Crowdsource Their Translations
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Crowdsourcing has been firmly established as a valid and often preferable method for reaching organizational goals and accomplishing more with the same dollars. However, while crowdsourcing works very well for some problems, it may not be a viable solution for others. As the tools become available to crowdsource translation projects, it’s important to evaluate why organizations crowdsource in general and if those criteria are a good fit for crowdsourced translation initiatives.

 

In this article Calvin Scharffs addresses four benefits organizations receive from crowdsourcing in general: Cost savings,  Increased Speed / Distributing Risk, Increased efficiencies and Brand involvement and evaluate if those benefits transfer effectively to translation projects.

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Calvin ScharffsMay 01, 2011 04:00 am GMT5001 views
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Understanding the advantages of using the Crowd
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In addition to the specialized knowledge that a community contributes to a translation, there are also new technologies that assist in ensuring the quality and consistency of collaborative...

Luis Enrique MoralesJul 19, 2011 06:13 pm GMT1020 views
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Understanding the advantages of using the Crowd
Declaration: all content is created equal...well, not really!
blog Distributed Knowledge

A one system fits all approach is not the most beneficial way to look at translation, whether that system is a traditional translation approach or a fully machine translated undertaking. A hybrid...

paola taylorJul 21, 2011 05:16 am GMT1070 views
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Declaration: all content is created equal...well, not really!
CrowdConf2011 – The Industry Event

In just over a week from now, approximately six hundred people will be on their way to Mission Bay, San Francisco to attend CrowdConf2011. Amongst the hundreds of attendees will be a formidable line up of speakers, representing many of the crowdsourcing industry's best known companies, business executives and thought leaders.

Last year's inaugural event was memorialized for the team behind Crowdsourcing.org as both the first significant event dedicated to the subject of crowdsourcing as well as the day we launched the site. Following last year’s success, CrowdConf2011 has been meticulously orchestrated to provide a platform for many of the leading figures within the crowdsourcing movement and to provide the broadest possible coverage of the application of crowdsourcing within social and commercial enterprises as well as the public sector.

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Crowdsourcing.orgOct 24, 2011 06:44 am GMT5375 views
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When Co-Creation Turns Sour: Upset Co-Creators and Deceiving Results
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Co-creative engagement, as valuable as it can be, can also bear risks for companies. I think this is essentially linked to the fact the companies still like to stay in control when engaging with...

Claire MackayOct 24, 2011 09:28 pm GMT2361 views
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When Co-Creation Turns Sour: Upset Co-Creators and Deceiving Results
Enterprise Crowdsourcing Research Report by massolution
Cloud LaborMarket trends and Statistics

massolution™, a research firm specializing in crowdsourcing solutions, today released the first comprehensive report on the enterprise crowdsourcing industry. After collecting data from 32 Crowdsourcing Service Providers (CSPs), the results revealed that crowdsourcing continued to demonstrate growth in 2011, with revenues increasing over 75% when compared to 2010. This growth is largely driven by the aggressive adoption of crowdsourcing within the Internet Services, Media and Entertainment and Technology sectors.

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About This Research
Key Messages
1. Introduction and Methodology
2. Market Growth and Maturity
3. Worker Trends and Composition
4. Client Trends and Demand
5. Provider Strategies and Capabilities
Appendix. Profiles of Participants CSPs

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Carl EspostiMar 10, 2012 09:05 pm GMT28819 views
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$95Research Report
Enterprise Crowdsourcing Research Report by massolution: Market, Provider and Worker Trends
document Cloud Labor

CSP respondents represent all key categories of the crowdsourcing marketplace, including expertise-based tasks, ideation tasks, micro-tasks, freelance platforms, and software services. The...

Crowdsourcing.orgApr 04, 2012 05:47 pm GMT3401 views
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Enterprise Crowdsourcing Research Report by massolution: Market, Provider and Worker Trends
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