MultiLing Announces Two Fortune 100 Customers and Record Growth in 2010

| Partnering With Fortune 500 and Small to Medium Enterprises Lead to MultiLing’s Most Profitable Year

| PROVO, UT — 01/25/11 — MultiLing Corp. today announced a more than 35 percent growth in revenue for the year 2010 through several new client wins. Two new US companies from the Fortune 100 index have chosen MultiLing as their primary translation service provider. They have outsourced heavy translation/localization workloads to MultiLing during the past year.

“The enormous growth was visible throughout all industry branches and areas with the highest increase in the patent and IT translation fields,” said Michael Sneddon, CEO of MultiLing.

Although MultiLing serves primarily larger Fortune 500 entities, small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) also played an important role in 2010 when these entities expanded internationally in globalized markets. With this result, 2010 marks the best business year for MultiLing since the company was founded more than 20 years ago.

The newest version of MultiLing’s translation memory software, Fortis® Revolution, has contributed significantly to the increase in sales since it allows consistent and outstanding quality in the day-to-day translation work.

“Since early 2010, Fortis Revolution has proved itself to be a stable, powerful, and easy-to-use successor to the already established Fortis system,” said Sneddon. “For Asian languages, Fortis Revolution shows to be the best translation memory system that is currently available on the market. More than 1,000 members of our translation network successfully use this system on a regular basis.”

| About MultiLing

Founded in 1988 in Provo, Utah, MultiLing Corporation has developed into one of the premier players in the language services and technology industry. MultiLing operates translation centers in over 30 countries, providing translation, localization and globalization services and translation technology to customers worldwide. Current clients include many Fortune 500 companies such as Dell, Procter & Gamble, IBM, Siemens, GE Healthcare, Loewe, Münchner Rück, Renault-Samsung. For more information visit

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