Articoli recenti

Dotwords sponsors the Network Society World Congress

by / Friday, 09 October 2015 / Published in Press Release

Milan, October 9, 2015 – Dotwords, the Language Service Provider that develops cloud-based IT solutions for translations and localizations to and from any language, is promoting and sponsoring the Network Society World Congress, to be held on Thursday, October 15 in Turin, at the Innovation Center in the new skyscraper designed by Renzo Piano for Intesa Sanpaolo.

The is the first world congress to bring together “change experts” – entrepreneurs, innovators, academics – from across the globe in response to an invitation from Network Society Research, the non-profit organization established in 2014 by David Orban, entrepreneur, innovator and advisor to the distinguished Singularity University.

With 27 delegates from 25 countries, the Network Society project analyzes how exponentially advancing technologies – robot cars, hydroponic crops, cryptocurrencies, fitness monitoring devices and many others – are changing our global socio-economic organization. The world is moving toward a decentralized, distributed model more similar to a network than to the traditional hierarchical structures of today’s Nation State and conventional corporate organizations. Italy will be represented by Stefano Quintarelli who will give the keynote speech “The challenges of exponential legislation”.

Dotwords shares the values and vision of the Network Society Project,” says Dotwords CEO Gabriella Soldadino. “Analysis of future scenarios and innovative developments is part of our DNA to attain an ambitious goal: to create a culture geared to multilingualism and localization in organizations operating on the global marketplace and promote our vision of a shared, open multilingual future.
Dotwords began operations in early 2015 and gained immediate recognition from the Milan Chamber of Commerce as an “innovative start-up”. The idea for the company stems from the international experience of Gabriella Soldadino, who felt Italy’s language services industry was still tied to very traditional methods and decided to introduce technologies from North America and northern Europe that combine top service quality with significant cost efficiencies.

With a business model based on Open Innovation, Dotwords is Italy’s only Language Service Provider to make its cutting-edge technology and personalized databases (memories, glossaries and dictionaries) available to the organizations with which it works.

 

TOP