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 and expectations of local users in those markets.
Software i18n, though, involves many steps and is difficult to achieve efficiently and reliably without the proper step-by-step methodology. The wrong execution can have major ramifications for your development team’s time and your company’s revenue.
To that end, Lingoport has published the i18n Quick Planning Guide to ensure a more successful i18n process. Submit the form below, and receive the guide via email.