Top-Five Considerations When Internationalizing Software

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It’s very common for software development enterprises to experience a bumpy start when internationalizing their applications.

From working with big global companies and up-and-coming development shops alike, we’ve learned that projects often teeter between success and failure because the team did not fully understand the entire scope of their project, which is usually much more than just string externalization. You shouldn’t have to learn things the hard and expensive way.

In this fast-paced 30-minute webinar, Lingoport internationalization experts provided the top five considerations any software development program manager needs to consider before delving into a software internationalization project.

This webinar was originally held on Wednesday, August 22nd at 11am PDT and covered what issues beyond the string externalization exercise are affected by i18n, how i18n affects various pieces of code functionality, what business goals drive internationalization, and more.

About the presenter:
Adam Blau is an experienced globalization executive and overseer of Lingoport’s growing account base and global outreach strategy. Adam, having lived in Germany for over nine years, is a fluent German speaker with a knack for travel. Previously, Adam worked at Milengo, where he oversaw their worldwide sales team residing in North and South America as well as Europe. Adam received his degree in economics and German from Bates College in Maine and holds a Strategic Sales Management certificate from the University of Chicago. A connoisseur of culture, Adam loves to travel (logging over 100,000 miles in 2011) and cook.


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