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Interprefy breaks new world record with 102 interpreters on a single event

Zurich, Switzerland - 30 November 2018: In November 2018, Interprefy provided interpreting for a global technology company in California, with a record number of interpreters. A total of 102 remotely based interpreters helped attendees of the plenary and breakout sessions to understand and be understood across 13 different languages.

This was a large summit with a jam-packed agenda consisting of conference-style presentations, product demonstrations and smaller break-out sessions. With numerous meetings and presentations running simultaneously across several venues, there was a high level of complexity.

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Interprefy provides remote interpreting for events and meetings. Its platform revolutionises simultaneous interpreting by replacing old hardware with a cloud-based solution so that interpreters can deliver their services without needing to be onsite, while event participants can simply listen to the language of their choice through their smart phones.

Because you don’t need to fly in interpreters, pay for hotels and organize for interpreting equipment to be installed, you’ll enjoy the stress-free and cost-effective premium service offered by Interprefy.

Scalability and flexibility are at the core of all Interprefy’s products. Maybe your event is in a remote location. Perhaps you require specialist interpreters with an in-depth knowledge of your industry. It might be that you have your own preferred interpreters. In any case, we’ve got it covered.

Interprefy is loved by world leading enterprises, international organizations and not-for-profits across the globe. Because Interprefy partners with leading language service providers the best interpreting talent for any mix of languages, including rare languages, can be sourced. | Remote simultaneous interpreting -- Anytime. Anywhere.

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