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  • Polyglot Systems Inc
  • Industry: Software
  • City: Morrisville, NC
  • Polyglot Systems was founded in 2001 to help the US medical community care for the 20 million Americans who are unable to communicate effectively in English. The need to solve this growing problem is particularly acute. Current human-based translation solutions are expensive and often produce delays in diagnosis, treatment, and care. With the non-English speaking population growing - 40% in the past decade alone - there is a clear need for an alternative answer. Polyglot is headquartered in the Reasearch Triangle area of North Carolina. This area encompasses Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill. It is home to several major medical