Wamda, the Middle East region's leading startup ecosystem enabler, has launched an English-Arabic business terminology translation tool, in partnership with smart language solutions provider Tarjama.
As the tech ecosystem evolves globally, a need arises for localising the oft-used tech-related words and terms. The newly-launched service was developed specifically to address the language gap by helping Arabic-speaking audiences find the correct and easy-to-understand Arabic translation of English words and phrases that are relevant to the investment, tech and startup scene. It also provides multiple Arabic translations for a single word/phrase.
“We’re very excited to be partnering with Wamda in this initiative which aims to support the regional startup ecosystem with accurate and instant Arabic translations for highly-used modern English terms. With this much-needed tool, we focus on enriching and innovating the Arabic language, adapting it to the English terminology that is constantly evolving in the world of business and tech,” said Nour Al Hassan, founder and CEO of Tarjama.
Together with Wamda, Tarjama will continue to update and expand the term base.