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It’s challenging to keep localized releases in sync with software development – particularly for agile development. Keeping up quality and release scheduling is an old problem, which is why methodologies like agile and processes like continuous integration have evolved. Software Globalization practises, including internationalization and localization for each sprint and release, will benefit from an automated, visible and managed approach.
Localization impacts global releases in time, cost and quality, due to:
- disjointed and manual processing.
- inherent friction between teams.
- processing overhead and manual file exchanges.
Organizations adapt, using spreadsheets and perhaps in-house scripts to move content around from source code. The work gets done, but almost without exception, we see great opportunities for improvement. Engineers and managers become bookkeepers for files, versions and updates, often chasing down one another. Nobody likes that.
Integrating development, internationalization and localization has become a bright spot for increasing competitiveness and profits for many companies. The right systems can keep global release management proactive and easily in tune with what the development team is working on.
In this webinar, we discuss how to remove disconnects and bottlenecks in globalization. We’re calling our vision Continuous Globalization. In Continuous Globalization, development, localization, QA and management are brought together in a system that promotes global visibility, accountability, measurement and no delays or manual handoffs between developers and source code, localization teams, translators and back again.
Join us to understand more about what Continuous Localization means for your company and the industry.
- How to bridge gaps in understanding between development and localization
- How to make internationalization and localization proactive in every sprint
- How to seamlessly get localization done, in complete sync with development and QA
We’ll be doing this by applying the Globalyzer Suite of products, and showing working solutions (not just concepts) with companies like yours.
Who should attend:
- Localization managers
- Development managers
- Program managers
- Product managers