Building a Scalable i18n Initiative

There are several major business drivers that push companies into internationalization efforts in support of localization. Activities involved in the planning required for an internationalization assessment, implementation and ongoing support is often ad-hoc and woefully inadequate. The result is that the internationalization process is often messy, incomplete, over budget and late. There can also be inertia that needs to be overcome, in having management and team members understand and embrace globalization requirements and process. In a recent Lingoport survey, 73% of respondents had stated they experience product release delays due to i18n.

In our next webinar, we will discuss how to build repeatable success with internationalization initiatives, including:

  • Building your case for funding
  • Assessing the technical challenges
  • Creating a plan
  • Optimizing for concurrent development
  • Taking advantage of systems for success and ongoing i18n support
  • Ongoing localization updates

Lingoport, though known for it’s Globalyzer and Resource Manager products, has been performing extensive internationalization services over a wide variety of software applications and programming technologies. Over the years we’ve developed highly reliable methods for scoping and performing scalable i18n work. We’ll share what we’ve learned about successful initiatives.

When: This webinar was originally held on Thursday, February 7th
Watch: Below
Duration: 35 minutes

Who should watch:

  • Software Development Managers
  • Localization Managers
  • Product Managers
  • Program Managers
  • Localization and Development Engineers interested in refining globalization practices


Adam Asnes
Adam Asnes
Adam Asnes is the Founder and CEO of Lingoport, the industry leader in software internationalization products and services.
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