Sajan, Inc., announced on June 10, 2015, that they have been selected by Stanley Black & Decker, Inc. as a global translation provider. Headquartered in Connecticut, U.S. with locations worldwide, Stanley Black & Decker selected Sajan for its ability to offer long-term partnership and a technology-powered translation center that its global employees can use.
All of Stanley Black & Decker’s primary product and services groups globally request projects through the translation center, which has streamlined the workflow, reduced costs through translation memory software and fostered branding consistency. Translation projects span website content, user manuals, packaging, eLearning and more. Sajan is currently doing translations into over 20 different language pairs for Stanley Black & Decker.
As the program grows, Sajan and Stanley Black & Decker plan to drive further efforts in localizing Stanley Black & Decker’s content and continuing to grow the adoption into the translation center, while reducing the overall cost to translate content.
“We couldn’t be more pleased with how quickly we’re seeing benefits after rolling out this translation program,” said Tim Perra, VP of Communications at Stanley Black & Decker. “Not only are we experiencing positive results from the cost reduction strategy that Sajan put into place, customer service is consistently excellent as well. It’s also great to see the enthusiasm of the program across our organization.”
“As Stanley Black & Decker continues to explore new global frontiers with content, I know that our Sajan teams are without equals in their ability to help their entire organization achieve its localization goals,” said Shannon Zimmerman, CEO of Sajan.
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