Translating your website into different languages is an unattended market and while there are a few tools (like Yahoo’s Babelfish, Google Translate), there still is a need for an automated system in enterprise space.

Dubzer, a product from Pune based Lipikaar (founders earlier shutdown BookEazy to focus on Lipikaar) allows one to configure every aspect of one’s website (without any engineering involvement) and define the translation process at a webpage level, and publish all updates on demand.
It supports the configuration of different methods of language translation, be it – machine translation, volunteer driven, and using professional translators.

The translation industry is $14Bn industry and as web moves away from English, expect such services to be in huge demand.

The product is in closed beta, but you can apply for a private beta.

Also see: Google Launches Translator Toolkit – Convert any Document/Website to language of your choice


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