What is the New Normal for Multilingual Business Events?
January 22, 2021
You might be asking yourself where do we go from here. Last year, after restrictions were enacted for non-essential workers to shelter in place, many businesses were forced to make overnight arrangements to allow employees to work from home. Suddenly, employees who had embraced the idea of working remotely were forced to deal with challenges they had never considered. Although the transition was somewhat difficult at first, remote workers quickly discovered new ways to communicate and collaborate. For some, working remotely was a blessing due to other unexpected changes in their home life. However, for others the disruption to how things normally were done proved to be problematic and the new practice immediately had a negative impact on their productivity. That seemed to be especially true for businesses relying on multilingual opportunities for market expansion.
So, Now What?
As multilingual businesses start to wake up and gear up, many are starting to explore what role these new work environments might play in their company’s post-coronavirus future. The one thing that is for certain, they will need to quickly find a balance between what worked before the pandemic and what needs to be done for them to succeed in the New Normal. In fact, today’s environment does not necessarily look like what you might have expected it to just a few months ago. Nonetheless, it is time to stop assuming the old ways of doing things will ever come back. Plus, it is time to stop relying on traditional structures and start looking at practices that will speed up decision making, execution, and deliver both during and after the COVID crisis subsides. Unfortunately, the unprecedented nature of the current situation means there are no proven best practices for businesses to follow. However, if your company is still operating in the dark ages by using outdated technology, it is time to embrace the latest mobile-friendly, cloud-based software tools.
Welcome to ProLingo’s Interpretation Revolution
Before the onset of coronavirus, most multilingual participants and event attendees had a certain expectation of being able to hear and speak in their native language. While the global village was sheltering in place, we developed and implemented a new remote simultaneous interpretation app (RSI) that provides the flexibility and accessibility that remote teams require with numerous features, including:
- White Labeling Makes It Your RSI
- High-Definition Video and Audio
- Support Services You Can Rely On
- ProLingo Accredited Interpreters
- Multiple App Platforms for Ease of Use
- Scalable for Unlimited RSI Listeners
- Track Session Analytics from Dashboard
While working remotely has its benefits, without the right technology in place, it can be challenging. ProLingo’s remote simultaneous interpretation app delivers the same quality and performance you’ve grown to expect but through high-speed internet connectivity for audiences anywhere in the world. When your message needs to resonate and you want everyone in attendance to feel at home, we have leading-edge answers to your multilingual business needs under one roof.
Since remote work has been thrust upon millions of business people around the world over a very short timeframe, multilingual agility is just a keyword phrase unless it is grounded in the latest language technology. A rewarding aspect of installing our remote simultaneous interpretation app is your ability to focus on multiple language identities and process how these can be utilized as an asset to your company’s worldview. If you need RSI capabilities for delivering important multilingual messages, ProLingo has options for communicating in your new normal. Each solution is designed to ensure your multilingual event is just as successful as those delivered prior to the pandemic. To learn more about branding your next event using ProLingo's remote simultaneous interpretation app with White Labeling and instant feedback for session statistics, contact us today at (800) 287-9755; or use our Spanish Direct Line at (407) 658-4545; or German Direct Line at (407) 658-8366.