QWERTYWORKS

A HISTORY OF DELIVERING RESULTS

From mobile phones to healthcare and from search engines to military applications, QwertyWorks has helped private companies and government institutions deliver their messages with up-to-date local relevance on a truly global scale.​

QwertyWorks provides value by allowing clients to flexibly tap its network of native local experts found in 6 continents managed by a round-the-clock team of professional Project Managers with a work ethic anchored on the renowned Filipino flexibility and customer service.

Today, the company's output has reached billions of people in more than 75 country-markets, speaking more than 60 languages.

4,431,480,000

AUDIENCES REACHED

TIMELINE
2001

English+Filipino translator Jake Irwin Estrada, approached by Nokia to localize its phones, buys a used computer worth PhP5,500 ($122) and starts hand-picking his team to create QwertyWorks

2005

Through word of mouth referrals from satisfied customers, QwertyWorks now handles localization for accounts like Google, Microsoft and Pfizer

2007

Persistent customer requests persuades QwertyWorks to begin offering other International languages via TeamGlocal. Yahoo Indonesia is localized by TeamGlocal's Jakarta-based linguists

2010

Qwertyworks diversifies into the growth areas of applied communication services and digital marketing

2019

QwertyWorks opens its satellite office in San Francisco, California, followed by a UK annex

2017

Construction for Qwertyworks's own office building is completed and the company moves in

2015

QwertyWorks reaches a milestone of having reached 4 billion human audiences, as tracked by the projects it has delivered in 72 countries

2020

Despite lockdowns due to the covid-19 pandemic, QwertyWorks undergoes process audit and passes it, becoming one of the first ISO17100-certified localization companies headquartered in Asia