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Many have made the conclusion that Agile development and localization cannot coexist in a mutually reinforcing way. With its inherent nature for disruptions and change, globalization teams know the distress it imposes on downstream localization activities. Agile development however is here to stay. While there are important friction points between the two methodologies – they can be bridged with smart technology and a state of Agile localization can be achieved. In this webinar, we will discuss the causes for friction and how automation via Lingoport’s Resource Manager can be used to allow localization to become an Agile process, embracing change instead of resisting it. The webinar will cover real world examples along with a detailed demonstration of how this process works to make localization and development updates visible and smoothly enabled across your organization.
When: This webinar was originally held on December 19th
Duration: 45 minutes
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Who Should Attend:
- Localization Management
- Localization Engineers
- Development Management
- Program Managers
- Product Managers
About the Presenters:
Adam Asnes founded Lingoport in 2001 after seeing firsthand that the niche for software globalization engineering products and services was underserved in the localization industry. As Lingoport’s President and CEO, he focuses on sales and marketing alliances while maintaining oversight of the company’s internationalization services engineering and Globalyzer product development. Adam is a frequent speaker and columnist on globalization technology as it affects businesses expanding their worldwide reach. For creative inspiration and fun, Adam enjoys cycling and Colorado’s Rocky Mountains.
Richard Sikes has been immersed in technical translation and localization for over 25 years. He has managed localization teams at several industry-leading software companies, and he contributes frequently to MultiLingual magazine. As a freelance localization technology expert and writer, he focuses on translation technologies, industry best practices and project management solutions. Richard holds a BA in fine arts from the University of California, Diplom Betriebswirt (FH) from the Volkshochschule Heidelberg, and an MBA from the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management.
Olivier Libouban, a native of France, has been working for 25 years in the software industry, for large corporations and start ups, as a software engineer and as a project manager. Olivier has a wide ranging experience in the US, France, Switzerland, and Norway, in R&D departments as well as for client projects of all sizes with complex software environments. Olivier has a Diplôme d’Ingénieur from the National Institute of Applied Sciences in France and a Masters Degree in Computer Science from the University of Wisconsin at Madison.