Interprefy, the Zurich-based technology company that boasts offices in Europe and the US, is swiftly ascending through the ranks of leading event technology companies with its state-of-the-art interpreting cloud-based platform. Interprefy has been shortlisted for three Event Technology Awards: Best use of Technology for Engagement & Interaction, Best Conference Technology and Best Event App.

This achievement comes as no surprise when taken into account the sheer volume of hard work and dedication the company exercises to finetune its products and services.

Interpreters work remotely rather than onsite, and participants listen to their language through the Interprefy app, rather than on radio headsets. With a worldwide network of Language Service and Audio-Visual Providers, Interprefy is able to tap into the best talent at a global level, to offer clients interpreter solutions without the cost, complexity and administration that is associated with traditional interpreting. Its solution is used by numerous established brands and international organisations to provide multi-language meetings and events in any set-up: conferences, seminars, meetings, exhibitions, tours and online conferencing, all over the world.

Working remotely means no transport or accommodation is necessary to host the interpreters, saving time and money for organisers, and on-site interpreting hardware is needless. Users then have the choice between listening in on their smartphones or using traditional headsets.

Commenting on the ETA, Interprefy’s head of communications, Greg McEwan, said: “The Event Technology Awards are among the most respected in the event industry. When an award is won, people notice. 

“Interprefy works hand-in-hand with in-house event organisers and PCOs on a daily basis and we are keen to demonstrate not just how our technology is helping their international events stand out, but how we can make their lives easier by taking away a great deal of complexity, administration while saving considerable expenditure.”

Interprefy’s technology is compatible with traditional interpreting equipment.

The company boasts a portfolio of successful events and happy customers such as Siemens, Lush, Roche, Banks Sadler and Domino’s.

The Event Technology Awards was designed to celebrate the achievements of technology companies working within the event industry and will return to Troxy on 6th November 2019.

This content is sponsored by Interprefy.

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Molly joined the editorial team in March 2019. She has several years’ experience working in broadcast and journalism, as well as marketing and PR. Past experience includes working for the BBC and independent publishing houses. If you have a story you think Molly might be interested in, please email: molly@eventindustrynews.com