Visitors to Innodata.com are Greeted with a Modern Design and Richer Content
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / November 7, 2019 / INNODATA INC. (NASDAQ:INOD) today announced the launch of its refreshed website, www.innodata.com, unveiling a complete redesign featuring a new look, feel, and revitalized messaging.
With an updated navigation, Innodata’s modernized website offers users a quick and easy way to access information about solutions and platforms that can help them address their biggest data challenges. The website also improves the way users experience and interact with the Innodata brand.
“Our goal with our new website is to simplify our messaging while reiterating our dynamic offerings in a more modern way,” said Innodata’s Chief Executive Officer, Jack Abuhoff. “As Innodata evolves and offers AI-enabled solutions for a wider market, it’s important to be able to articulate our value proposition while still embracing what has made us successful the past 30 years with many of the most valuable companies.”
The new website will also be home to Data Matters, Innodata’s new blog. The blog will feature richer content intended to educate and stimulate users about the state of data and artificial intelligence, including technical tips, industry best practices and poignant thought pieces.
“With our new vibrant design and a more mobile responsive platform, we feel the new website better captures the forward-thinking nature of our company,” said Abuhoff. “We expect the website to continue to evolve as we grow.”
Innodata (NASDAQ: INOD) is a leading data engineering company. Prestigious companies across the globe turn to Innodata for help with their biggest data challenges. By combining advanced ML/AI technologies, a global workforce of over 3,000 subject matter experts, and a high-security infrastructure, we’re helping usher in the promise of digital data and ubiquitous AI. Visit www.innodata.com to learn more.
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