Did you know that language localization could more than double your business? Or that over 55% customers tend to buy more if product information is published in their own language? Now, build your local language business in two weeks, give your customers a stellar local language experience on their devices … all on Reverie’s pay as you grow Language Platform.
Language as a Service Platform for Organizations, Devices, and Developers
This is Reverie’s pay-as-you-grow language as a service offering, that helps organizations build and grow their local language initiatives by simply plugging into the Language Platform.
Reverie for Devices gives complete local language experience for content and apps across devices. It comprises of display, interaction, search and discovery solutions for content and apps across languages and devices.
Swalekh, the multilingual keypad app for Indian languages; Reverie’s popular multilingual phone book … Welcome to the world of consumer apps from Reverie.
Reverie Language Platform
Reverie’s Language Platform helps consumer internet businesses:
- Drive user engagement through localization of business processes, content, and apps
- Grow manifold by venturing into new markets using the power of local languages
- Address local language customer bases in ways they love most
Reverie’s Language Platform helps banks and other financial services companies deliver their services in local languages through multiple channels such as apps and portals. This plug and play language platform localizes the complete financial transaction experience for customers of these financial services companies.
Reverie’s Language Platform powers many local language governance initiatives to help governments and government agencies:
- Reach out to citizens in their own language for more inclusive governance
- Enhance compliance through availability of governance rules in languages citizens comprehend best
- Empower citizens and share information with them in their language – across devices
Imagine a world where content can be created in any language and that same content can be consumed in a host of other languages. The Reverie Language Platform makes this possible.
This is not all. With features such as cross-language search, phonetic search, predictive search and many user interaction features that enable easy and accurate cross-language search and discovery of multilingual content,
We are excited! As we near the launch of Swalekh, our excitement grows. Swalekh shall be available as a free download from Google Play. Not only have Indian languages have been under-represented on the Web, the experience of reading, typing, and…
Swalekh, Reverie’s multilingual keypad , is a tribute expression in local languages. With Swalekh, users can type in Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and English. The keypad launches on January 26th, to coincide with…
Coverage is vital for benefits of various government policies to be felt. It is important for many initiatives to make economic sense as well. Thus coverage is vital for sustainability of development. In multi-lingual cultures such as India, making uniform meaning universally is also very critical. This is where Reverie’s work lies.
Localization of content and apps in eCommerce shall be a key growth driver in the years to come. This shall be particularly true in economies such as India where there is a huge demand and tremendous scope for expansion. Reverie is playing its role in making this localization possible through its language platform.
Most complex languages (Indic, Perso-Arabic, South East Asian etc.) are for from providing a complete language experience to consumers of digital content in these languages. This post defines linear and complex languages and points to the possibilities that the phonetic nature of complex languages holds for content discovery in the interesting times to come.
Language Experience is the discovery of, interaction with, display of, and creation and publication of content and apps in a language. How good is the language experience for languages other than English – especially the complex languages? Reverie introduces and defines “Language Experience”.