Summa Linguae Technologies has been awarded the main prize in the “Investor” category in the ninth edition of the Polska Firma – Międzynarodowy Czempion (Polish Business – International Champion) competition.
The prestigious awards—given out annually by PwC Poland, PKO Bank Polski, KGHM Polska Miedź, KUKE, Polish Investment and Trade Agency and Bonnier Business Polska—recognizes Polish companies for success on the global marketplace.
As the winner of the Investor category, Summa Linguae Technologies was recognized specifically for its recent successful mergers and acquisitions. Recent acquisitions include the 2018 acquisition of Kommunicera, a Sweden-based localization company and the 2019 acquisitions of Globalme, a Canadian data services and localization company, and GlobalVision, a US-based localization company.
CEO Krzysztof Zdanowski, speaking about the award with Puls Biznesu, described what makes Summa Linguae Technologies stand out from its competition:
CEO, Summa Linguae Technologies
Thanks to our technology, we can meet any multilingual data challenge. The courage to invest in innovations and new technologies is what distinguishes us on the global market. We are constantly expanding our customer base and supporting new languages, which allows us to provide services to every corner of the globe.
The award also celebrates Summa Linguae’s transformation from a traditional translation company into a technology solutions provider. As of 2015, all of the company’s revenue came from translation services. As of the end of 2020, over 50% of the company’s revenue now comes from technology solutions, including technology-enabled localization and data solutions.
Zdanowski also highlighted the importance of strong company values:
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