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Paragon Software Group
Slovoed Technology Evolution in Facts
In 2014 Paragon Software established partnership with two of the largest UK dictionary publishers: Chambers and Cambridge University Press.
Paragon Software also continues to support independent publishers such as Lexikon 2k Swedish dictionaries.
Slovoed technology growth into a worldwide ecosystem. Slovoed-powered apps become available for Windows Phone, Windows 8 and Amazon Kindle e-readers. Paragon Software concentrates on independent regional authors and publishers, partnering with TransLegal (the world’s largest staff of lawyer-linguists), Ulriko Hoepli Editore, Libraerie Orientale, and Focalbeo publishers.
Paragon Software partners with Samsung to port the most advanced existing dictionary technology to the newly-emerged and ambitious mobile platform – bada OS. Slovoed dictionaries are selling in the Mac App Store
Paragon Software Group launches Slovoed multilingual dictionary and reference solutions for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices. Software titles from Paragon are available in Asian markets and provide full Chinese and Japanese support through partnerships with leading local software and service providers.
Paragon Software opens a sales office in San Jose, USA. The company now employs over 200 people.
Paragon Software branches out into Slovoed for mobiles, its first Java-based applications, as well as Slovoed multilingual dictionaries for BlackBerry, Windows and Mac OS X.
As a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, Paragon Software attains Mobility Solutions Competency. The Company collaborates closely with more than 200 key device manufactures, vendors and distributors as well as with more than 40 mobile portals, content providers and aggregators. Paragon Software serves more than 5 million customers.
Slovoed dictionary line includes more than 100 language pairs. Slovoed for Pocket PC becomes the only one dictionary solution that has been successfully tested in Microsoft for Pocket PC 2002 certification. Paragon Software and Merriam-Webster, Inc. combine their forces to develop the only electronic version of Merriam-Webster’s dictionaries for mobile devices.
Paragon Software, Mobility Division launches Slovoed dictionary engine for Palm OS. This version of Slovoed becomes the foundation for an extensive line of multilingual dictionaries for the various mobile platforms.
Slovoed powers a unique reference app for dentists and maxillofacial surgeons. Paragon Software broadens its reference portfolio, partnering with Hodder Education and Kernerman Publishing. Slovoed technology integrates the MYJMK web-based German-Spanish corpus, bringing its up-to-date content to mobile devices in 100% offline form.
Paragon Software partners with Oxford University Press ELT Division and brings a world’s best-seller among English learners – the Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary – to a range of platforms including iOS, Mac OS X and Android.
Paragon Software unveils the most advanced reference apps for BlackBerry devices and Android OS, powered by Slovoed technology.
The Slovoed dictionaries line is enriched with wordbases from additional leading linguistic companies including DUDEN, Harrap, Oxford and PONS. It is also fully adapted for GPS handheld navigation devices .
Paragon Software gains Microsoft Gold Certified Partner status and Microsoft Tablet PC Premier Partner status. Slovoed translation software includes more than one million translations for 150 language pairs.
Paragon Software is honored as Microsoft Certified Partner. Slovoed dictionaries are proclaimed The Best Education & Reference Application for Symbian OS in Handango Champion Awards.
Symbian OS is now supported by Slovoed engine. All Sony Ericsson devices are distributed in Europe with a series of pre-installed Slovoed apps.
The technology continues developing and Slovoed dictionaries come to Pocket PCs.