Multilingual translation company expands its service among CRMs
Language I/O, a global leader in multilingual customer engagement, today announced the release of its integration with ServiceNow. In providing a turnkey connector between its translation software and ServiceNow, Language I/O enables global companies specializing in human resources and information technology to provide real-time multilingual support at scale.
The integration with ServiceNow is the latest in a series of integrations offered by Language I/O, which has predominantly focused on facilitating multilingual customer service and sales support via integrations with Salesforce, Zendesk, and Oracle Service Cloud.
“After integrating with other popular platforms in widespread use, ServiceNow was the natural next integration,” according to Language I/O Chief Technology Officer Diego Bartolome. “It solves our clients’ multilingual needs in HR and IT service management so they can better serve their customers.”
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“Our clients have been eager for us to integrate with ServiceNow,” Bartolome said, “and this latest achievement now brings Language I/O one step closer to our vision of embedding into any workflow system.”
Language I/O optimizes its software integrations so that no training is required on those platforms, making it simple for brands to use its multilingual solutions. This seamless unity also empowers Language I/O customers to significantly reduce operating and capital expenses associated with going global without diminishing customer satisfaction.
ServiceNow is a powerful customer engagement platform that receives the number one ranking in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for IT service management tools.
“ServiceNow is a very extensible platform,” said Language I/O Vice President of Product Chris Jacob. “By integrating it with Language I/O as its translation provider, companies can leverage our translation services across a broad range of use cases.”
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