Tilde drives innovation in European language technologies. To support languages in the digital age and enable multilingual communication for global customers, Tilde develops custom machine translation systems, online terminology services, intelligent virtual assistants, and automated speech recognition, among other solutions.
Since 1991, Tilde provides translation services basically to all globally leading manufacturing, technology, IT, telecommunication, automotive companies and governmental institutions. Thus, customers in more than 40 countries rely on Tilde’s localization and translation services to cross language barriers, including corporations like Oracle, IBM, and Microsoft. The quality of Tilde has been recognized by SAP, a company that is a global leader in providing software and software related services - in May of 2013, SAP awarded Tilde the "Supplier of the Year 2012-2013" award, which is given to the best localization company in the world once per year. The combination of linguistic competence and product-specific experience gives Tilde an edge in serving its customers. As Tilde has the largest in-house team of linguists in the Baltic countries, its team is able to offer agile services.
Tilde has proven expertise in developing solutions for a wide range of languages, sectors, and industries, leveraging cutting-edge innovations in technology such as neural networks, AI, and deep learning. A pillar of the European data and language technology communities, Tilde serves as a leading member of several major industry associations, including the Big Data Value Association (BDVA) and the Multilingual Europe Technology Alliance (META-NET). In addition, Tilde helps the European Union and the United Nations to craft multilingual policy by providing crucial input on the current state of language technology innovation and development. With central offices in three countries and innovation partners across the globe, Tilde combines the talents and skills of over 130 computational linguists, software engineers, language researchers, terminologists, and professional translators.