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CSA Rating
July 10, 2013

Last month independent market research firm Common Sense Advisory released its annual report on the language sector.

It included a list of the world's 100 largest language service providers (LSPs) and this month CSA add two more lists:

  1. the LSPs with the highest sustained growth since 2010
  2. LSPs with the most single-year growth from 2011 to 2012

Common Sense Advisory included companies that grew organically and/or by acquiring other LSPs. A total of 29 LSPs appeared on these two lists of 20 companies, some showing up on both lists due to their growth over both the three-year and one-year periods.

Common Sense Advisory's report "Fastest Growing LSPs" of 26.06.2013 included Janus among the twenty fastest growing translation companies in the world. In this list, our company gained an honorable 12th place showing growth of 59.46% in the last 3 years, significantly higher than the average rate of growth in the translation industry.

Janus Worldwide Ranked Among the World’s Largest Language Services Providers
June 24, 2013

Independent market research firm, Common Sense Advisory, recognizes Janus as a top player in $34.7 billion dollar industry

(Eastern Europe) – Janus announced today its official ranking as one of the world's largest 100 language services providers (LSPs) in the translation and interpreting industry. Released May 31, 2013 by the market research firm, Common Sense Advisory, the report titled "The Language Services Market: 2013," ranked Janus as the 52 top-grossing language service provider among more than 27,600 vendors around the world. In the same report, Janus was also named as the 4th largest localization vendor in all of Eastern Europe.

As part of the study, Common Sense Advisory surveyed more than 1,000 language service providers to collect actual reported revenue for 2011, 2012, and expected revenue for 2013. The firm, which has published market size estimates and global rankings for the past eight years, found that the demand for language services continues, and is growing at an annual rate of 5.13%. According to the report, global trade, international business, and content growth are three critical drivers for the language services industry.

Janus is a leading provider of translation and localization solutions. Flexible, and proven approach enables Janus team to deliver software and website localization, technical translation, elearning, marketing material, and multimedia projects consistently, with top-quality results both on-time and on-budget. This is the third consecutive year it has been recognized as a top LSP by Common Sense Advisory.

Comments the president of Janus Worldwide, Konstantin Josseliani: “Our success goes beyond QA metrics and localization services. That is why we have a 90% client retention rate”.

The full list of the largest 100 LSPs is available at

Translation Contest Results
June 14, 2013

In May 2013, Janus organized a translation contest among 3rd, 4rth, and 5th year students as part of its collaboration program with Russian universities and faculties.

The winners of the contest will receive valuable prizes as well as an internship with the possibility of future employment in the company. During the internship the students will have the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the process structure of translation and localization in the largest company in Russia, participate in interesting projects, as well as learn and put into practice the most widespread CAT and quality control tools, and most importantly - become part of our friendly and talented team!

Congratulations to the winners of the contest!


2nd Place

Ksenia Bogdanova
Saint Petersburg State University, Saint Petersburg

3rd Place

Adelaida Kuzevanova
Tomsk Polytechnic University, Tomsk

Marketing Translation:

1st Place

Alina Nigomodzyanova
Orenburg Pedagogical University

2nd Place

Victoria Pogodina
Nizhny Novgorod State Linguistic University

3rd Place

Evgenia Popovicheva
Lomonosov Moscow State University

New appointment in US office
May 15, 2013

The appointment of Joseph Varda as a head of the Janus's US representative office marks the next step in the development of our company abroad. Joseph Varda has over 7 years in the localization/translation industry. With over 20 years of B2B sales, marketing and management expertise, Joseph is managing all facets of business development in our US office. In his role as Business Development Director, his main responsibility will be the implementation of the US strategy and leading all sales opportunities related to the US.

Throughout his career in the translation industry, he has assisted hundreds of small, medium, and global companies to manage their translation and localization processes efficiently and effectively.

Prior to joining Janus Worldwide, he held various positions such as Vice President of Sales and Director of Sales for leading translation/localization providers, as well as General Manager, Vice President and Director of Business Development with global software and technology companies.

Joseph received his Bachelors of Science degree from the University of Phoenix.

Joseph Varda coordinates the company's business in the United States. He faces challenges in taking our company to new markets and strengthening and developing relationships with key partners and customers.

Janus's US representative office is successfully developing, so we believe that Janus will take a significant place in the American localization market.

Translation competition among students
April 26, 2013

This year, our company is successfully continuing a training program with universities of Moscow, St. Petersburg, Tomsk and Nizhny Novgorod.

This program was launched in 2009, when Janus decided to send its experts to arrange various workshops in a number of Moscow universities. In 2011, the program was extended to St. Petersburg and Tomsk, and our experts visited St. Petersburg State University, Tomsk State University, Tomsk State Pedagogical University and Tomsk Institute of International Education and Language Communication. In 2012, Janus arranged a series of workshops in universities of Russia, as well as a competition for the best translation by Russian university students.

In 2013, we are once again announcing a competition for the 3, 4 and 5 year students of all language universities in Russia (Moscow Institute of Linguistics, Russian State Humanitarian University, Higher School of Translation within Moscow State University, Nizhny Novgorod State Linguistic University, St. Petersburg State University, Tomsk State University and others). The winners will receive cash prizes, paid internships and employment in our company.

Janus pays special attention to the training of students. During practical training, they are provided with the opportunity to explore the entire production process of translation and localization from the inside, based on the example of the largest projects from leading organizations in IT, engineering, the oil and gas industry and many others.

The competition will be held from April 30 to May 31, 2013.


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