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New Lingoport Releases | Connectivity Dashboard Improvements & More

Boulder, CO December 11, 2019 – Lingoport releases significant updates to its suite of software, helping software teams and enterprises reach worldwide customers with internationalized and localized software. Lingoport Suite includes: Globalyzer for continuous internationalization (i18n) Lingoport Resource Manager (LRM) for localization automation updates from software repository to translator and back again, with no developer […]

An Interview About G10n Culture with Elizabeth Riley, Vistatec

As part of Lingoport’s December webinar, 5 Steps to Create a Software Globalization Culture, we interviewed our featured guest speaker, Elizabeth Riley, Solutions Architect at Vistatec, to get some quick insights into the current state and future of localization. Elizabeth explores internal team processes and how cross-team collaboration is affected by technology and G10n knowledge/support […]

Webinar: 5 Steps to Create a Software Globalization Culture

How do we create a culture within our organizations, where team members proactively think globally to develop products that are optimized for internationalization and localization? And how do we optimize for the unique needs of worldwide users and partners? In this webinar, Lingoport and special guest Vistatec analyze the most most effective ways to bridge […]

What is Continuous Localization?

More data and information has been discovered and recorded in the last ten years than in all of human history combined. Every day, millions of users access hundreds of millions of websites and interact with the online world and each other through technology. With technology’s wildly fast rate of evolution comes new challenges. How do […]

An Interview About L10n Customization with Paul Hegarty, Iota

As part of Lingoport’s October webinar, Bringing a Human Touch to Continuous L10n, we interviewed our featured guest speaker, Paul Hegarty, Head of Engineering at Iota, to get some quick insights into the current state and future of localization. Specifically, Paul explores how advances in automation technology is impacting the customization, speed, and quality of […]

Webinar: Bringing a Human Touch to Continuous L10n

Continuous Localization is far from a “one size fits all” endeavor. In fact, the best technologies are nothing more than shelfware if you’re not fulfilling unique technical and business requirements. It takes bespoke attention to service, customizing to the unique needs of enterprise customers, security and software requirements, product teams, and target markets. In this […]

An Interview About Globalization Technology with Allison McDougall

As part of Lingoport’s webinar, Learn Continuous i18n & L10n, and Buy a Droid Too!, we interviewed our featured guest speaker, Allison McDougall, SVP of Global Sales at Amplexor, to get some quick insights into the current state and future of globalization including processes, technology, communication, and opportunities for improvement.     How has i18n […]

Webinar: Learn Continuous i18n & L10n, and Buy a Droid Too!

Are you a Star Wars fan? Are you struggling to gain globalization support from your organization? Register for our upcoming webinar, “Learn Continuous i18n & L10n, and Buy a Droid Too!,” for the exclusive debut and demonstration of our new Star Wars themed sandbox e-commerce site. You’ll be able to explore i18n issues in real-time, […]

An Interview About Globalization with Kevin Benson

As part of Lingoport’s webinar, How to Engage Your Organization and Gain Critical Globalization Support, we interviewed guest speaker, Kevin Benson, Global VP of Corporate Sales at United Language Group to get some quick insights into the state of globalization including processes, communication, and opportunities for improvement.   How has globalization evolved since you started […]

Webinar: How to Engage Your Organization and Gain Critical Globalization Support

It’s surprising, but here in 2019, our industry professionals are still fighting US-Centric perspectives that see software globalization as a low priority.  There are still attitudes that US English is fine for expanding to global customers. The battle has certainly gotten easier, but it still remains. There’s also tactical friction, in that localization can seem […]