SignAll Learn Lab launched at Deutsche Telekom IT Solutions' Budapest office

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In December, SignAll Learn Lab was launched in the Budapest office of Deutsche Telekom IT Solutions, teaching the company's employees American SIgn Language (ASL), according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

The 12-month contract includes a license to the ASL Learn software and is complemented by courses and training on ASL and deaf culture. These courses are to be offered by deaf team member of SignAll Technologies and deaf rights advocate Jesada Pua.

The deal also marks a new milestone for SignAll, as it opens a new market – ASL for business outside of the United States, the press release notes. 

“We met with Deutsche Telekom IT Solutions’ Innovation department during EIT Digital Budapest Node in 2019. DT-ITS’ following market research proved that SignAll is the only company that offers interactive AI-powered ASL learning,” commented Mihály Pintér, chief strategy officer at SignAll Technologies. After the first meeting, DT-ITS’ team attended a live demo at SignAll.

According to the press release, they were impressed by the system’s capabilities.

“I think some might call it a perfect match," Pintér added.

 

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