Webinar: A New Approach to Software Localization

Discover how technology is changing the future of L10n and why the localization industry will never be the same.

After all these years, localization is still the last to the party.

Why? It’s expensive, its complicated, it’s time intensive and inefficient (even with systems and tools)…and did we mention it’s expensive? With the pace of modern development, software localization is a fractured mess, chasing 16 words to update in this file, another 68 words in that file, and a bunch of others scattered throughout repositories.

Luckily, all of that is about to change, and we can’t wait to show you what we’ve been working on. 


Featured Special Guest

In this webinar, alongside Lingoport’s CEO, Adam Asnes and VP of Product Development, Olivier Libouban, you’ll hear from special guest, Ken Behan, VP of Sales and Marketing at Systran Software Inc.

Preparing for an Industry Shift

No industry is static. They are continually enhanced by innovations and advancements in technology to improve processes, profitability, scale and more.

  • GPS vs. Maps for Navigation
  • Search Engines vs. Libraries for Research
  • E-commerce vs. Malls for Holiday Shopping
  • Video Streaming vs. Blockbuster for Movies

What do these all have in common? Technology changed long standing processes and enhanced them by making them easier, more efficient and much much faster.

And now…it’s L10n’s turn!


Webinar Recorded

Thursday, March 26th

Duration: 45 minutes, including audience Q&A

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Adam Asnes



Olivier Libouban

VP of Product Development


Ken Behan

VP of Sales and Marketing

Systran Software Inc.

What You Will Learn

  • New way to scale up L10n
  • Eliminate L10n friction with development
  • Eliminate L10n backlogs
  • Empower localization QA
  • Transform in-country review 
  • Be truly global in each sprint and release
  • Save gobs of budget & time
  • And more…

Who Should Attend

  • Localization Managers and Stakeholders
  • Product Managers
  • Development Managers