Marwan Gedeon, co-founder of CME, has recently delivered a captivating speech at the “Futur de la langue française dans le domaine de la technologie et de l’information” conference held at Université Saint-Esprit de Kaslik (USEK).
Marwan Gedeon, co-founder of CME, has recently delivered a captivating speech at the “Futur de la langue française dans le domaine de la technologie et de l’information” conference held at Université Saint-Esprit de Kaslik (USEK). The conference aimed to shed light on the crucial but often overlooked role of the French language in driving technological progress.
During the conference, Marwan demonstrated how CME supports Francophonie by leveraging the fluency of its employees in French to effectively communicate with French-speaking clients, which is a rare and valuable asset in today’s global market. He also dispelled the misconception that English will reign supreme over all other languages in technology and highlighted the significance of French-speaking professionals and businesses to the industry.
Even though English has emerged as a dominant language in the tech industry, French-speaking users can still reap substantial benefits from software that caters to their language needs. Therefore, it is crucial for developers to consider the needs of Francophone users when creating software, which can enhance the accessibility and functionality of their products. By doing so, developers can further advance technological innovation and foster inclusivity in the digital age.
CME takes great pride in providing services to some of the most recognized French-based companies, including industry leaders such as Cegid, Klareo, and Orbility. As Marwan pointed out in his speech, the French-speaking market is of utmost importance in driving technological innovation and progress.
The conference was an exceptional forum for discussing the power of language in connecting people, and Marwan passionately emphasized the importance of language as a tool for building strong relationships with clients and partners from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds.
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