TransPerfect’s new Richmond office to serve as TLS regional hub

The world’s largest provider of technology and language solutions for global business, TransPerfect, has reportedly announced the opening of its new office in Richmond, Virginia.

Richmond is the newest office of TransPerfect. Apart from offering tech and language services, the company will also become a regional hub for the TransPerfect Legal Solutions (TLS) division. It is a global leader in bolstering corporate legal departments in digital forensics, e-discovery, data privacy, information security, legal staffing, and managed document review.

TransPerfect Richmond will have client service and production professionals with expansion plans which include hiring data analysts, AI experts, and technologists, who will manage client issues using the secure data center of the company located in Reston and licensed Digital Reef tech.

Phil Shawe, the President and Chief Executive Officer of TransPerfect, supposedly said that the company works hard to offer services that are global in scale but local in terms of delivery. The company is delighted to open this new office and is looking forward to better serve its consumers in central and southern Virginia, he added.

For the record, TransPerfect is the largest service provider for technology and language solutions for global businesses across the world. The company has offices across 100 cities on six continents. TransPerfect provides a complete range of services in over 170 languages to clients across the world.

Over 5,000 global organizations deploy the GlobalLink® technology of TransPerfect to simplify multilingual content management. With an unprecedented commitment to client service and quality, the company is completely certified by ISO 17100 and ISO 9001.

TransPerfect has its global headquarters in New York, with regional headquarters in Hong Kong and London.

TransPerfect Legal Solutions is a leading global legal support in the industry. TLS was founded in 1992 and offers a complete suite of services, which include forensic consulting and technology, early data assessment, e-discovery, language services, etc.

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