Tips and Best Practices for Software Localization

Many companies seek to expand their business and provide software products for the worldwide market through localization n- translating or adapting a software product into different languages or for a specific country or region. Many localization attempts are met with frustration once the software is built: Text is garbled, fonts aren’t exact, encoding of exotic languages doesn’t look right, sentences are cut off, and in general, software builds may not work as designed.

In a reccent article on TechRepublic, Jeremy Coombs (senior vice president of operations for translation service provider MultiLing) and Dan Videki (PMP-certified senior project manager at MultiLing) give 10 tips to help avoid these problems and produce a quality product for the global market.

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