FrontBridge goes native

FrontBridge Technologies has added multilingual end-user interfaces to its managed services.

FrontBridge Technologies has added multilingual end-user interfaces to its managed services.

FrontBridge has translated all end-user interfaces, including e-mail notifications and quarantine notices, into German, French and Canadian French, Italian, Spanish and Japanese. The company will increase its international support in the coming months, adding more native language support for its global customers.

Customers of Equant, one of the world’s largest global carriers and a FrontBridge strategic partner, will be among the first to benefit from native language support.

“FrontBridge has enabled us to reach out to an even broader set of potential customers,” said Mark Wigington, head of IT services at Equant. “Our multinational customers want all end-user interfaces to be in their native language and this feature further differentiates FrontBridge as a strategic partner.”

In a separate move, FrontBridge has reported a fourth consecutive year of 100% availability for its network, which processes more than five billion messages a month. 



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