Monthly Archives January 2017

Jan
17

Beyond the Barriers of Language – A Microsoft Case Study

The Microsoft case study on how Yappn & Microsoft partnered to create a localized user experience for Asian eCommerce provider Reebonz in a mega-project beyond the scope of even an army of human translators. We enabled Reebonz to translate 130,000 SKUs with up to 30,000 new ones added *monthly*. Yappn’s translation software preserved the wit Details >>
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Jan
17

Yappn Awarded a Contract with Reebonz Limited

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]NEW YORK, NY – January 17, 2017 – Yappn Corp. (“Yappn” or “Company”) (OCTQB: YPPN), a real-time innovative language solutions Company is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a contract for eCommerce Translation with Reebonz Limited (“Reebonz”), one of the most established online luxury companies in Southeast Asia. Over the summer, Yappn worked Details >>
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Jan
17

Yappn Awarded a Contract with Reebonz Limited

NEW YORK, NY – January 17, 2017 – Yappn Corp. (“Yappn” or “Company”) (OCTQB: YPPN), a real-time innovative language solutions Company is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a contract for eCommerce Translation with Reebonz Limited (“Reebonz”), one of the most established online luxury companies in Southeast Asia.   Over the summer, Yappn Details >>
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Jan
11

Indian eCommerce – How To Jump Your Competitors NOW

Pssst! Hey! Want some Indian eCommerce action? Here’s the deal. Indian eCommerce growth is set to surpass the U.S. (they’re sooo 2016) as the second-biggest international eCommerce market in the next twenty years and if we were the current eCommerce king (China), we’d be watching our back. Global payment leader Worldpay has analyzed markets in Details >>
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Jan
05

Yappn’s Five (Not-So-Psychic) 2017 Languages Predictions

Spanish bilingualism will grow and become more accepted in the United States as economics trump nationalism. Internet Usenet pioneer John Gilmore famously said in a 1993 Time Magazine article, “The Net perceives censorship as damage and routes around it,” which was an ironic take on how the network was originally designed to function even if Details >>
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