Software Localization Process ROI

New Webinar: Measuring Your Software Localization Process ROI

Return on Investment (ROI) is critical for the justification of business initiatives, as it strengthens an organization’s financial health and ensures more sustainable business success. The gap between localization (L10n) and development has been an ongoing pernicious complaint in the software industry for many years, and this gap has continually eroded returns for software organizations. 

Emphasis on agile and continuous development brings software users new functionality quickly, with controlled risk, faster execution, feedback and adaptation. L10n is performed to raise the appeal and competitiveness of software in any particular market. There should be alignment between L10n and development to maximize business results, yet why is it that the majority of software organizations are lacking in sophisticated internationalization (i18n) and L10n practices, systems, and technology to bridge the gap?

View our webinar “Measuring Your Software Localization Process ROI” to help your organization understand the underlying causes of increased time/costs in the software L10n process. Uncover how your L10n can keep pace with software development and help you achieve greater efficiency, cost savings and business returns.

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Special Guest

Darin GobleOur special guest on the webinar will be Darin Goble, Director, Client Solutions at Welocalize. With 20 years of experience in the localization industry, Darin has worked in production, engineering, solutions and management roles in four different services organizations and held technical and finance roles at Hewlett Packard. He has also served on the Project Management Institute’s board of directors for the Portland Oregon Chapter.

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ROI Calculator

All webinar attendees were provided with access to an interactive ROI calculator that enables you to see your potential ROI gains through available software L10n automation.

Webinar Date/Time

  • Date: Wednesday, January 30th
  • Time: 9AM Pacific, Noon Eastern, 18:00 CET
  • Duration: 45 minutes, plus audience Q&A

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