Cloudwords' New Translation Automation Platform to Enhance Marketers Productivity
SAN FRANCISCO, CA: Cloudwords,a cloud-based platform that helps companies create and distribute multilingual content has come up with‘Cloudwords for Salesforce Marketing Cloud’ to enhance the process of translating digital marketing content.
To grow in the field of marketing is not easy, as it requires skills to engage customers.Cloudwords therefore creates all the necessary requirements tocreate and deliver personalized messages across all channels in the audiences' native languages, including email, mobile, social and web. Its platform simplifies the localization of assets and enables the marketers to become more productive.
Cloudwords for Salesforce marketing cloud helps users to easily select the required digital content that has to be translated, takes the content from Salesforce Marketing Cloud and finally moves it into the Cloudwords workflow for translation vendors to access. Once the translation process ends, the content is sent back to the Salesforce Marketing Cloud. This process saves time of the employees; it is cost effective; and also enable them to complete their projects more efficiently as it eliminates manual processes.
Cloudwords provides native integration capabilities with marketing technology solutions marketers including Adobe Experience Manager, Oracle Marketing Cloud, Oracle Web Center Sites and Content, Marketo and Sitecore.
"Cloudwords’ Salesforce Marketing Cloud gives customers an easy way to automate the process of creating and delivering localized digital content for world-wide communications," says Scott Yancey, CEO, Cloudwords. Connecting our two companies' technologies allows marketers to run more campaigns, in more languages, and in more markets for a more personalized global marketing strategy to ultimately drive demand, grow market share and increase brand loyalty."
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