An industry that rocks, the telecom sector has always been the driver for innovation and growth for all other industries of the global economy. As the world economy’s actual engine, this vital industry is connecting the earth via fixed telephone networks, mobile phones, and internet-linked PCs, and, therefore, touches every corner of the global system and affects every aspect of our daily lives.
It’s big, it’s important and it’s growing! The global business software and services market size was valued at about $323 billion in 2018 and is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate of 10.7% from 2019 to 2025, according to the Grand View Research, the renowned San Francisco-based market research and consulting company.
The more the world becomes connected and boundaries begin to fade away, the more people speaking different languages meet and communicate with each other. Language barriers have been always slowing down the flow of any verbal conversation across a wide range of formal and friendly levels. With nobody around to explain, the dialogue mostly goes nowhere!
Therefore, as a responsible corporate citizen, Future Tran’s mission is not only to help global companies grow their business, acting as their main localization partner in the Middle East and North Africa ─ but we also have a social and ethical duty to participate in the worldwide effort to combat coronavirus, by helping to raise awareness about it.
The future seems closer than ever before! Gone are the days when teachers had to stand for hours trying to explain how the earth orbits the sun in a dull and typical classroom scenery. The groundbreaking digital transformation has revolutionized our traditional understanding of the world around us, and education seemed to be among the sectors that have promptly capitalized on these disruptive and innovative tech discoveries. Now education is offering a brand new learning experience to kids and adults alike.
Language services have become part and parcel of the human age-old effort aimed to build a connected world, which we now dub as the globalized world of the 21st century.
As far as business is concerned, companies that wish to expand globally will have to use various language services so that important parties across borders ─ customers, overseas staff, suppliers, etc. ─ can overcome language barriers and do business effectively.
If it’s the time for your business to expand into new markets with the need for translation becoming inevitable, you will start a journey to look for a translation company – the right one. In the course of this journey, you will find hundreds or even thousands of companies you can choose from. A dilemma isn’t it!
When it comes to the healthcare industry, including the indispensable sector of healthcare translation services, we have to admit without hesitation that current hi-tech breakthroughs are moving immeasurably faster than the medical landscape’s existing care & payment models, regulatory structures, and other governance systems.
“Suzanne Beware of the devil, don’t let him spoil your heart”!
Rumor has it that the famous British-Jamaican reggae musician Dandy Livingstone is going to change the opening words of his famous hit to “Doctors, Beware of Robots, don’t let them spoil your business”!