Systran Text and Translation Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
SYSTRAN, founded by Dr. Peter Toma in 1968,is one of the oldest machine translation companies. SYSTRAN has done extensive work for the United States Department of Defense and the European Commission.
SYSTRAN provided the technology for Yahoo! Babel Fish until May 30, 2012, among others. It was used by Google's language tools until 2007. SYSTRAN is used by the Dashboard Translation widget in macOS.
Commercial versions of SYSTRAN can run on Microsoft Windows (including Windows Mobile), Linux, and Solaris. Historically, SYSTRAN systems used rule-based machine translation (RbMT) technology. With the release of SYSTRAN Server 7 in 2010, SYSTRAN implemented a hybrid rule-based/statistical machine translation (SMT) technology which was the first of its kind in the marketplace.
An angry former employee said “ SYSTRAN is a poor company to work for. No work-life balance, Employees expected to work 50+ hours per week for a fixed salary. Family owned and operated. The family decides policy. Policy changes on a weekly basis to benefit the family".
In The News
Slator reports"AI Incident Database Spotlights Worst Machine Translation Fails"
PRNewswire reports"SYSTRAN Partners with TAUS to Offer Corona Crisis Translation Models"
PRNewswire reports"SYSTRAN to Host "Building Blocks to Going Global", April 28"
Campaign Asia-Pacific reports"Marketers no longer lost in neural machine translation | Innovation"