Omniscien Technologies Joins TAUS

SINGAPORE – October 18, 2016 – Omniscien Technologies today announces that it has joined the TAUS Industry Forum.

As one of the world’s leading suppliers of high-performance, professional Machine Translation (MT) and Language Processing technologies and services, Omniscien Technologies is proud to announce that it has joined forces with TAUS as a member this year. Omniscien Technologies, in conjunction with it’s Chief Scientist, Prof. Dr. Philipp Koehn (well-known as one of the leading figures of Moses) has been instrumental to the evolution of Statistical Machine Translation (SMT) over the years and is excited to join this thriving community of users and suppliers to collaborate towards the continued evolution of Machine Translation and its applications.

“As TAUS has continued to evolve over the recent years and has become one of the prominent platforms for cross-industry collaboration, we are welcoming Omniscien Technologies (formerly Asia Online) back into the fold” says Jaap van der Meer, Founder and Managing Director of TAUS. “For many years Omniscien Technologies has been one of the best kept secrets in the industry”, says Andrew Rufener, CEO of Omniscien Technologies, “we are looking forward to working closely with the TAUS community and contributing to the shared efforts”.

Having recently released the new and innovative Version 4.0 Language Studio offering with, amongst others, in excess of 100 “off the shelf” Industry Engines and with the recent establishment of a European operation, as well as the appointment of Peter Zeer (as Director of Sales for EMEA), joining TAUS is the logical next step in engaging more closely with the community.

TAUS Team with Omniscien


About Omniscien Technologies

Omniscien Technologies is a leading supplier globally of high-performance, high-quality Machine Translation (MT) and Language Processing technologies and services for Language Service Providers (LSP’s), MNCs, content publishers, data processing enterprises and governments. With customers around the globe, including many Fortune 500 companies, and with more than 540 language pairs, Omniscien Technologies has by far the most comprehensive and feature rich MT system in the market today.

Depending upon the customer’s unique requirements, Omniscien Technologies’ Language Studio platform can be deployed in a variety of ways to integrate with customers’ in-house data processing and translation management systems, and it offers unparalleled levels of customization and control in pre-processing, translation and post-processing enabling customers with even the most complex data to achieve both high quality and high volume output.

Although some large corporate and government customers prefer to host their own Language Studio installations onsite, typically for very high volume data processing, many Language Service Providers and Enterprises access Omniscien Technologies’ Language Studio Cloud platform in order to reduce the time to service and the cost of entry.

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About TAUS

TAUS is a resource center for the global language and translation industries. Our mission is to increase the size and significance of the translation industry to help the world communicate better.

We envision translation as a standard feature, a utility, similar to the internet, electricity and water. Translation available in all languages to all people in the world will push the evolution of human civilization to a much higher level of understanding, education and discovery.

We support buyers and providers of language services and technologies with a comprehensive suite of online services, software and knowledge that help them to grow and innovate their business.

We extend the reach and growth of the translation industry through our vision of the Human Language Project and our execution with sharing translation memory data and quality evaluation metrics.

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