Our mission: to support your international projects
We provide multilingual expertise to support our clients in their international communication and development. We facilitate communication between people and between brands and their customers all over the world. We believe in innovation in language technology, and in human expertise combined with the power of AI to design bespoke translation solutions for our clients.
Our agency in a few figures
With annual revenue of around $90 million USD and offices in 8 countries, Ubiqus is the 4th largest provider of professional language services in Europe.
A French company founded in 1991 and originally specializing in minute-taking, Ubiqus has known continuous growth, developing a wide range of multilingual language services as well as its own artificial intelligence solutions for translation.
An international player
The Group now has more than 600 employees worldwide and a strong international presence with offices in Europe (France, United Kingdom, Belgium, Ireland, Spain, Italy), the United States and Canada.
We complete over 30,000 projects every year for more than 20,000 clients across the world.
Technology dedicated to quality
We started our business over 30 years ago with simple document translation; today, our know-how extends to language technologies and AI.
We have two synergistic areas of expertise which support our clients’ international ambitions: cutting-edge technology and a network of highly qualified linguists, specialized by field.
The Ubiqus Group has created Ubiqus Labs: a team of experts working closely with leading specialists from top universities, renowned in the field of machine learning.
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Ubiqus has built its success and reputation on its ability to innovate
As the core of its Research & Development department, the Ubiqus Group has created Ubiqus Labs: a team of experts working closely with leading specialists from top universities, renowned in the field of machine learning applied to machine translation and speech recognition. This collaboration aims to advance a shared ambition: to push back the boundaries of technology and make translation and transcription more effective methods of interaction and communication.
Ubiqus maintains the OpenNMT research program, in partnership with Harvard University NLP and Systran. This program aims to continuously improve the performance of automated translation tools.
Satisfied clients who don’t hesitate to tell us so
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