E4NET Awarded Tower of Export for Translation Service to Global Market

E4NET, a company specializing in translation and globalization services, was awarded the $3 Million Tower of Export at the Korea Trade Day ceremony.

The Tower of Export is an award given to companies for contributions to industrial development, such as
improving competitiveness through exports, pioneering overseas markets, and creating jobs. This year’s award-winning companies were selected based on their export performance from July 1, 2021, to June 30, 2022.

E4NET is the only translation company that received the $3 Million Tower of Export award for exceeding $3 million in revenue through translation services offered to global customers in 2022.

With a pool of more than 2,000 translators, E4NET’s Language Services division has worked on projects for leading global companies such as IBM, Oracle, and SAP, to name a few, for more than 26 years, solidifying the company’s position in overseas markets, including in the U.S., Europe, Japan, and China.

E4NET continues to bolster its competitiveness, having acquired the ISO 17100 and the ISO 18587 certification for translation services and post-editing of machine translation output, respectively. Furthermore, having achieved the highest revenue in foreign currency among Korean translation companies, E4NET has cemented its place as the top translation company in Korea.

About E4NET

E4NET is a total localization solutions provider specializing in Asian localization covering all major Asian languages and other regional tiers. We have 25+ years of successful experience delivering a variety of major projects for global customers, such as IBM, SAP, Oracle, LG Electronics, Epic Games, Panasonic, and more. E4NET specializes in IT and life science but covers other industries such as patents, travel, fashion, games, finances, government, and automobiles. In addition, we are continuously developing and applying innovative, leading-edge technology such as MT throughout our production process, as well as providing associated services to maximize production/service efficiency.