Lionbridge Named to Forbes’ 2015 100 Most Trustworthy List

After thorough examination of accounting and governance behaviors over the course of 2015, Lionbridge was able to edge out 7,000+ publicly-traded companies, earning a spot on Forbes’ list of the 100 Most Trustworthy Companies in America. This is the second time in just as many years that Lionbridge has been able to claim this marked distinction. Back-to-back recognition is a significant milestone for Lionbridge; only 10 of the 100 ranked companies have appeared on the Forbes list at least twice in the past three years.


The yearly Forbes list is based heavily on highlighting companies which, ““…have consistently demonstrated transparent and conservative accounting practices and solid corporate governance and management.” This validation has been well earned, as Lionbridge has set the bar in terms of reliability for the past 18+ years, acquiring the trust and repeated business of clients such as Nikon and Microsoft.

“Since our inception we’ve remained dedicated to offering transparent, consistent and trustworthy services, while managing operations across 26 countries worldwide. This is why more than 800 companies rely on Lionbridge to manage their business-critical global content and communications,” said Rory Cowan, CEO of Lionbridge. “Our unwavering commitment to trust and integrity will always be our focus as we continue to expand our portfolio of services and meet growing demand for integrated, crowd-in-the-cloud globalization solutions.”

Over the course of its 19 years in the Language Services environment, Lionbridge’s superior service has placed it at the head of the pack in terms of global business enablement. Lionbridge has developed processes that have been proven to yield reliable results- from crowd sourcing to marketing services and everywhere in between. Their extensive network of 22,000+ in-country, professional translators, along with experienced project managers and a streamlined workflow, guarantees a smooth process and a high quality end-product.