The frequency of multilingual meetings and events continues to increase as businesses and organizations add employees, customers, and partners around the world. Meetings and events are more engaging and inclusive when everyone speaks the same language, but that is not always possible. Human interpreters and translators are an option, but the high cost and logistical complexity limits their use to big budget events and organizations.
Wordly solves the multilingual collaboration problem with a proven, high quality, highly scalable AI-powered translation platform which provides simultaneous interpretation into Spanish and over 30 other languages. Speakers and attendees each select their preferred language at the start of the session - selecting from live translated captions or audio - and using their mobile phone, tablet, or computer. Offering translation services is a great way to increase engagement, productivity, and inclusivity.
What is the History of Spanish?
The Spanish language, also known as Castilian, is a Romance language that originated in the Iberian Peninsula, a region that encompasses modern-day Spain and Portugal. The Spanish language has a rich and complex history, dating back to the 9th century and has gone through multiple transformations.
The screenshot below shows an example of what the speaker is saying on the left - and the translated captions the attendee would see on the right.
Providing Spanish translation - both from Spanish and into Spanish - is a high priority for businesses, non-profit organizations, industry associations, local communities, and many more organizations since Spanish is spoken by so many people around the world. Spanish is the national language of Spain, Mexico, and several other countries and approximately 480 million people speak Spanish as their native language. Wordly provides interpretation from Spanish into audio and caption translations for over 30 languages.
In addition to translating English to Spanish, Wordly also provides the following Spanish translation options:
Wordly also provides over 30 options for Spanish translation, including: