Entries by Lingoport

Fearlessly Leading Global Expansion [Webinar Transcription]

Today’s economy is increasingly borderless. Global transformation and expansion have become a key driver to company growth. Many industries, however, are not accounting for differences in business practices, culture, and language as they branch outward to different regions and countries. With this background, check out Lingoport’s interview of Anna Schlegel, Head of Globalization at NetApp […]

The State of the Internationalization & Localization Industry [Webinar Transcription]

Globalization is becoming an integral part of how business gets done. So naturally, there’s been lots of talk of continuous globalization in software development. However, there’s a clear gap between what people say about the current state of continuous globalization, and where people would ideally like their organizations to be. Lingoport wanted to uncover the […]

New Webinar: Technology For Better Global Collaboration

Go beyond early adopters with better products in your international markets. One way to ensure higher quality localized products is to coordinate more efficiently with your global stakeholders. Coordinating with remote team members in multiple countries, though, is challenging to pull off in a timely and seamless manner. Watch the recording of Lingoport’s August 28th, […]

A Better Approach to Internationalizing and Localizing Software

Adapting software so that it supports multiple languages and locale formats is not trivial and it is important to your global success. A localized User Interface can have a positive impact on your customers’ satisfaction with your product. The globalization requirements span your software architecture and ongoing development practices. It is important to create ongoing […]

A Smarter Approach to Global Growth (Part 2)

Lingoport recently hosted a webinar focused on product strategies for enhancing successful global expansion. The webinar featured Talia Baruch, Founder of Yewser, which helps companies maximize international expansion, accelerating global growth to win adoption in new markets. Talia integrates the cultural and regional factors in product strategy to optimize for discoverability, customer acquisition, engagement, conversion, […]

A Smarter Approach to Global Growth

On July 25th, 2018, Lingoport hosted a webinar focused on product strategies for enhancing successful global expansion. The webinar featured special guest Talia Baruch, Founder of Yewser, which helps companies maximize international expansion, accelerating global growth to win adoption in new markets. Talia integrates the cultural and regional factors in product strategy to optimize for […]

The Ultimate Guide to JavaScript i18n

Why It’s Important to Internationalize Your JavaScript Internationalization (i18n) is the process of preparing software so that it supports local languages and cultural settings. In other words, JavaScript i18n is the process of making your JavaScript application localization-ready. An internationalized product supports the requirements of local markets around the world, functioning more appropriately based on […]

New Webinar: Next Generation In-Context QA

Watch Lingoport’s webinar, Next Generation In-Context QA, and learn about our new InContext QA product, which helps your team eliminate the frustration of linguistic QA for agile global software releases. Webinar Date/Time Date: June 26, 2018 Time: 9am Pacific | 12pm Eastern | 17:00 CET Duration: 30 minutes, plus audience Q&A Linguistic QA The de […]

i18n Quick Planning Guide

Internationalization (i18n) is the process of preparing software so that it can support local languages and cultural settings. Let’s say you land a new contract with a company in Japan, or your management team is looking to make an aggressive push into the EU. Then internationalizing your software is the path towards meeting the needs […]

What Is i18n?

Internationalization (i18n) is the process of preparing software so that it can support local languages and cultural settings. An internationalized product supports the requirements of local markets around the world, functioning more appropriately based on local norms and better meeting in-country user expectations. Let’s say you land a new contract with a company in Japan, […]