If you need to run multilingual virtual events with simultaneous interpretation, our RSI platform will help you provide a smooth user experience to all your participants. Our browser-based platform allows participants to attend your virtual event and listen to all speakers in their preferred language.
Participants, speaker(s) and interpreters may be based remotely saving you substantial costs in travel fees and onsite equipment. Participants can easily switch between languages and view translated keynote material if available. Q&A scenarios are supported via live chat and/or through audio.
Our remote simultaneous interpreting solutions are perfect for:
2M offers cloud-based solutions allowing people and businesses to meet more effectively, across geographic and language barriers.
Make your virtual events more accessible through language support. The result is an improved user experience that favours inclusiveness and multilingualism.
Our team of specialised simultaneous interpreters will help you take your meetings to the next level. We cover 250+ languages in various time zones and domain-specific subject matters thanks to our specialisation in key industries.
2M RSI platform solutions can be used as a standalone solution for your virtual event on combined with your existing platforms such as Webex or Microsoft Teams (when supported).
Furthermore, you can run a classic onsite event with 2M RSI platform so only the interpreters are joining remotely. This solution allows you to save on onsite equipment and interpreters' travel costs.
Our remote simultaneous interpreting solutions boast a range of features making your multilingual meetings & events more efficient while offering world-class user experience:
On a regular basis, BHP's CEO along with executives address the company's global workforce in a town hall meeting type Q&A session. The challenge for BHP was to make those virtual events more inclusive given BHP's operations overseas and more especially in Latin America.
Thanks to 2M's RSI platform, BHP was able to run successfully multilingual town hall meetings with the support or simultaneous English<>Spanish interpreters making the event more engaging for Spanish speaking personnel. All parties were located remotely and joined from their computer or mobile devices.