MULTILINGUAL CONNECTIONS ACQUIRES LANGUAGE ALLY

Multilingual Connections, a leading translation agency in the Chicago area that provides professional translation, transcription and interpretation services in over 75 languages, has announced the acquisition of Language Ally, a Spanish translation agency in Oak Park Illinois.   “Over the years we have made efforts to expand our services to offer translations in additional languages—as well as interpretation and other language services—to enhance our client experience. After much due diligence, we are excited to announce that Multilingual Connections has acquired Language Ally”, said company President Emiyuki Ortiz. “Multilingual Connections brings the highest quality of work and service in the industry, and they can offer our clients services that we have not been able to offer, while maintaining a personalized touch”.   Multilingual Connections’ CEO Dr. Jill Kushner Bishop said, “We are excited to support another woman-owned business and welcome Language Ally’s clients to Multilingual Connections. We’re confident our new clients will enjoy the experience of working with our team, and our team looks forward to offering them expanded services in additional languages, including French, Portuguese, Italian, Polish, Russian, Arabic, Hindi, Vietnamese, Korean, Chinese and Japanese.”   About Multilingual Connections Multilingual Connections, LLC is a woman-owned translation and transcription agency in[…]






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Making Compassion The Fashion Is More than Just A Fashion Statement

  Peace 4 Animals Non-Profit Organization teams up with FTLA Apparel ~ For The Love of Animals Apparel to create a new line of custom shirts designed to help animals and support compassionate, ethical living.     Los Angeles, CA – Actress, producer, and animal advocate Katie Cleary, and Founder, Owner and  Designer of FTLA Apparel, Kimberly Fawn Panzarella have been involved in animal welfare for years before creating their fashion-forward, earth friendly Peace 4 Animals clothing line at: FTLA Apparel ~ For The Love of Animals Apparel.  Their compassionate message and eco-conscious designs are just an extension of how the duo feels about cruelty-free living and promoting animal welfare.     “I’m very excited to be working with FTLA Apparel founder Kimberly Fawn Panzarella to spread awareness and bring compassion to fashion, with humane, eco-friendly apparel,” said Katie Cleary, founder of the Peace 4 Animals non-profit organization focused on saving endangered species around the world.     Fashion that Helps Animals in Need   Along with the popular Peace 4 Animals designs, FTLA Apparel offers a wide variety of custom designs and a catalog of additional fashion wear on their website FTLA Apparel. The website gives a portion of[…]






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Shield of God gamer feedback at E3 2016: Gamers helped make the game better

The designers behind the game Shield Of God would like to thank gamers for their support and their feedback in helping to make their game better. A new game has just got better thanks to gaming fans. The makers behind Shield Of God asked gamers what they thought of the game so they could create a gaming experience that would get fans hooked. The response has overwhelmed the developers. The popular comments include: “Woah, the art is amazing!”, “I love the attention to detail…”, “It might be a bit too hard for me, but it’s definitely a fun game.”, “Why is it named ‘Shield of God’? Is it related to religion?”, “Awesome art, awesome sound, awesome game! Can’t wait to get it!”, and “I had a lot of fun with the game! Can’t wait to see more progress! “ A spokesman for Shield Of God said: “Thank you to all the game testers! Your comments about Shield of God really helped us prioritize feature development and improvements.” Shield of God is a 3D, sci-fi mobile strategy game, and the whole story takes place in the far future. The game will play as the commander of the operation team, leading them to[…]






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QualityWorks Jamaica Emerges As Go-To QA/Testing Destination for US Tech firms

  Kingston, Jamaica – One year ago, QualityWorks Consulting Group LLC, an agile software test consultancy firm based in Los Angeles, expanded their operations to Kingston, Jamaica.  Due to the company’s reputation for innovation in technology, QualityWorks was able to attract and hire some of the most talented and brilliant consultants in the country.  Within a year, their nearshore team has grown to over 35 consultants.       Despite projections that software testing in the United States is estimated to grow at a rate of 11% by the year 2020, computer science graduates and American Quality Assurance (QA) professionals with programming skills are currently leaning towards careers in software development. This growing deficit in the U.S. software QA industry has made it increasingly difficult for companies to hire and retain experienced QA developers.       In early 2015, QualityWorks’ founder and CEO, Stacy Kirk, a Stanford University’s Computer Science graduate, identified a growing need to launch a services solution for her clients that would eliminate the typical challenges & frustration of outsourcing. Jamaica, being the third largest English-speaking country in the Western Hemisphere, with shared time zones & integrated US/UK culture, emerged as a clear destination for their[…]






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