In a global ranking of language service providers, Semantix is now the 14th largest

In this year’s ranking of the largest language service providers, Semantix comes in at number 14.

Each year, Common Sense Advisory compiles a list of the world’s 100 largest companies providing translation, localization and interpretation services. It also issues a report on the global language services market. The report contains information on the status and trends in the 2017 global language service market, along with Common Sense Advisory’s forecast for the coming year. Semantix has consistently ranked as the largest language service provider in the Nordic region ever since the first report was issued twelve years ago.

According to Common Sense Advisory, language service providers are at a crossroads, where future success depends on the ability to make new investments in order to remain competitive. The biggest challenges that companies in this industry face have to do with technology developments in automation and AI, along with streamlining and cost-saving initiatives.

“Our recent acquisition of Amesto Translations in March of this year further strengthened the leading position that Semantix holds in the Nordic market. With this acquisition, Semantix takes a leap forward in its efforts to consolidate our operations and provide a more technologically advanced and strategic offering to our clients,” says Patrik Attemark, CEO of Semantix.

For more information, please contact

Patrik Attemark, CEO and Group President of Semantix, +46 (0)8-506 225 50, patrik.attemark@semantix.se

Semantix is the leading provider of multilingual services in the Nordic region and has provided interpretation, translation and language technology to the public and private sectors for more than 50 years. Semantix has an annual revenue of approximately SEK 1 billion and is ISO 9001:2015 certified. Semantix has around 450 employees and an extensive network of thousands of language specialists all over the world. Semantix is majority-owned by private equity firm Segulah V L.P.