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Our unique platform automates the otherwise bulky, cumbersome project management tasks that create inefficiencies found in traditional translation company operations. We serve hundreds of enterprise customers - among them Facebook, Xiaomi, Tencent, IBM, Amazon, Intel.
All of our services operate around the clock; any day and at any time, thanks to our community of over 25,000 professional translators from over 120 different countries and supported with our modern, cloud-based management platform. We understand that the user experience is critical to our clients’ productivity, hence special attention is given to UI and self-service features.
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Number of people speaking Hindi:
180 million speak Hindi as their primary language. If you add in the speakers of Urdu which is mutually intelligible with colloquial forms of Hindi, this number increases to 490 million worldwide. Some estimated calculate the number of people speaking Hindi as their primary or secondary language to be as many as 600 million.
There are quite literally hundreds of known dialects but they include; Bambaiya, Bhojpuri, Bihari, Bagri, Braj, Dakkhani, Haiderabadi, Haryanvi, Kangdi, Kahdi boli, Magadhi, Maithili.
Hindi is the primary language in India and Nepal. There are significant communities of native speakers in regions of South Africa, the United States, New Zealand, Fiji, Trinidad, Uganda, Yemen, Singapore, Mauritius, Malaysia and Uganda.
Some Fun Facts about Hindi:
The Hindi language has been constantly evolving as it has incorporated aspects of Persian, Arabic, Turkish, Portuguese, Farsi and English vocabulary. The alphabet is far more expansive than the English alphabet with eleven vowels and thirty three consonants.
Native speakers of Hindi have been providing us with inventions for centuries. Chess was invented sometime before 600 AD, chutes and ladders was created in the thirteenth century to teach children the concept of morality, progress when you do something good and fallback when you do something bad. In more recent times the Pentium chip and Hotmail have been invented by native Hindi speakers and they have also been crowned Miss World five times and Miss Universe twice.
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