Founders of Smartling wanted to architect and design a translation management platform that could enable customers to localize content across devices and platforms easy and fast.
Smartling was planning to create Enterprise Translation Cloud, a data-driven approach to localization, to allow its customers to achieve higher quality translation at a lower total cost.
Partnership with Archer allowed Smartling be market ready in record time. Working together with a high-performing team of 5 Archer's engineers Smartling has managed to build the Minimum Viable Product (MVP) in less than a year. The team received first investments which enabled aggressive team scaling.
By combining robust content management, automated translation, powerful integrations with existing tools, machine learning, and much more, Smartling offered a complete and comprehensive solution.
Smartling gained a recognition by Dow Jones, Wall Street Journal's "FASTech 50" for being most innovative startup and gathered another $63.1M in 4 Rounds from 12 Investors over the next few years.