New York, N.Y. – June 7th, 2021 – KUDO Inc., creator of the only cloud-based video conferencing platform with real-time multilingual interpretation, powered by an enterprise ready marketplace, providing on-demand access to thousands of interpreters supporting meetings in 80+ languages, announced today their partnership with translation and interpreting company INGCO International.
“We are very excited to begin working with INGCO International, a leading interpreting and translation expert with more than 20 years in the market”, said Michelle Cartín-Storey, Head of Global Partnerships at KUDO. “With INGCO International, we have found a partner that shares our dedication to high quality interpretation and who, teamed up with our cloud-based multilingual software, will be able to deliver flawless online and hybrid experiences to their clients.”
Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, INGCO International’s expert team of linguists are proficient in more than 200 languages and help clients of all sizes clearly communicate to the audiences that matter most to them.
“As organizations shift from all virtual to more hybrid and in-person meetings, they need a global partner that can adjust with them while preserving the highest quality in technology and interpreting,” said Ingrid Christensen, president and founder, INGCO International. “INGCO International can meet those needs better than ever by combining KUDO’s innovative web conferencing technology with our expertise managing complex, global events and the unparalleled talent of our team of linguists.”
With KUDO’s platform, INGCO International will do even more to carry out its mission to provide every person with equal access to critical information.
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KUDO is a cloud-based web meeting and live conference platform with a drop-down featuring real-time multilingual interpretation. KUDO supports inclusive meetings where up to 2000 can speak their own language simultaneously and they have also produced a new economy for professional interpreters to be hired with the click of a button. Based in New York City, KUDO was founded by language and conferencing industry insiders whose work with the United Nations has enabled some of the most significant conversations in the world. Clients include Fortune 500 enterprises, governments and diplomatic agencies in the Americas, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia.