Semantix is a renowned language technology company for multilingual services, with 50 years of empowering people and businesses to shine in any language. With their Nordic base and global reach, they offer one partner for all multilingual needs, including translation, editing, interpretation and advanced language solutions.
Founded in 1969, Semantix has seen the industry grow and develop. Semantix is dedicated to adopting new technologies and processes, to help you harness the power of language to build your business. Translation is its core service, and in addition it offers a wide range of language services such as: Text enhancement: Proofreading, Market adaptation Creative services: Copywriting, Transcreation, SEO localization Multimedia Localization: Transcription, Voice-over, Subtitling.
Semantix has helped customers thrive in 238 different languages trough 87,000 projects completed each year. As they help so many different customers, with so many different languages and types of solutions, they will surely be able to meet your needs as well.
Getting started with Semantix and WPML
To send content for translation to Semantix, install the following plugins on your website:
- WPML Multilingual CMS – the core plugin
- WPML String Translation – this plugin will allow you to translate interface strings
Working with Semantix via WPML
Here are the basic steps of working with WPML and Semantix. For a full walkthrough, check out our page about using WPML with a translation service.
Connecting Your Website to Semantix
First, you need to connect WPML with Semantix. Part of this very simple process is to request your Semantix API credentials.
Semantix’s customers can get their API credentials by contacting their Semantix Sales Responsible. If it is the first time that they are contacting Semantix and don’t have a direct contact, they can request it by clicking “Get your authorization token“.
Sending content for translation
Once your site is connected to Semantix, you can start sending your content for translation.
Receive a quotation from Semantix
Before starting the localization project, the customer and Semantix Sales Responsible will decide whether each individual request needs a quote approval process before getting started or if the requests can automatically get started. Both options are possible and are decided by the customer.
Receiving completed translations
Customers will receive an email notification from Semantix Client portal indicating that a project has been completed.
Once done, your site is ready to receive completed translations.
Canceling translation jobs
The customer will need to notify their Semantix contact that a specific project needs to be canceled.
Read more about canceling translation jobs sent to a professional service.
Translating the Rest of Your Site
Once you’re done translating the content of your page, there could be untranslated texts in menus, sidebars, and similar places. No problem, you can use Semantix translate the rest of your site