DeepL, renowned in Language AI, has launched DeepL Write Pro, a new service designed for businesses that transforms how they craft content.

The service harnesses the power of DeepL's own LLM to elevate business communications on a global scale.

DeepL Write Pro is tailored to support knowledge workers by providing AI-driven suggestions that enhance word choice, phrasing, style, and tone.

This approach maintains the writer’s original voice while significantly boosting the quality of business communications.

Notably, the tool assists with everything from internal communications to customer-facing messages and complex contracts.

"DeepL Write has become an essential tool for our Corporate Communications Team, notably enhancing our German and English communications," noted a representative from a retail organization using the service.

Furthermore, Privacy and data security remain paramount, especially as businesses increasingly rely on generative AI tools.

DeepL Write Pro addresses these concerns with robust security features like TLS encryption and guaranteed text deletion, ensuring compliance with the strictest data privacy standards.

Jarek Kutylowski, founder and CEO of DeepL, explained,

"With DeepL Write Pro, we are setting a new standard in the industry. This product embodies years of dedicated research and stands as a testament to our commitment to innovation and excellence in Language AI."


Looking ahead, DeepL Write Pro is now available to enrich business communication in English and German, with additional languages planned.

Its market introduction promises not only to improve the clarity and creativity of business writing but also to provide strategic advantages in global communication efforts.

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