GPI Launches New Global Search Engine

Washington, DC (PRESS RELEASE – April 21, 2009) – Globalization Partners International (GPI), a provider of website, software and documentation translation services in over 100 languages, announced today that it has launched a new search engine for international business professionals, travelers, students, researchers and anyone else who needs to easily search the web by language, by country and by search engine.

“Glearch stands for “Global Search” and is a tool for anyone who would like to perform searches by specific countries and languages,” says Yasser Ahmed, Web Development Lead, GPI. “Glearch selects the top results from Google, Yahoo and MSN as well as the most popular search engines for a selected country and returns results.”

“Glearch started as an internal tool for GPI’s staff of translators, researchers, copy writers and global search engine specialists, as well as an answer to a common request from clients to find country specific information from hundreds of separate sources on the web,” said Martin Spethman, GPI’s Managing Partner. “Glearch’s global map-based interface and compilation of country specific facts, web resources, maps, newspapers and top sites bring users a wealth of information on one screen.”

Glearch is freely available and can be accessed at:

About Globalization Partners International (GPI)

Globalization Partners International, LLC provides document, software and website translation services into over 100 languages including Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, and Spanish.

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