Lingoport, Inc., a leading developer of globalization software and services, announced that it has launched a survey to explore how internationalization of software and websites may reduce the risks and timelines of localization projects. Survey results will be discussed at an in-depth pre-conference workshop at Localization World Seattle on October 16, 2007. Individuals completing the survey are eligible to receive a special discounted admission to the workshop entitled, “Internationalization and Localization: Partners in Better Globalization.”
Internationalization is the specialized process of preparing software for timely, efficient localization or translation. At the Localization World workshop, a panel of analysts, localization firms, software internationalization specialists and their clients will discuss how localization and internationalization can work together to support better global business outcomes.
“Lingoport is staging the first industry-wide survey examining the overlapping issues of localization and internationalization,” said Adam Asnes, Lingoport CEO. “It is inevitable that both disciplines come into play when a company is readying their website or software for the global market. We look forward to sharing our survey results with stakeholders who participate in our special workshop during Localization World.”
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About Localization World 2007
Localization World is a conference and networking organization dedicated to the language and localization industries. Its constituents are the people responsible for communicating across the boundaries of language and culture in the global marketplace. The conference takes place October 16-18, 2007 in Seattle, Washington at the Bell Harbor International Conference Center.
Founded in 2001, Lingoport, Inc. helps global businesses adapt and leverage their software for world market readiness. Lingoport’s Globalyzer helps companies systematically adapt their software code and development practices to be more efficient for worldwide customers who demand that software works the way they expect it to. The company also provides extensive internationalization services including analysis, design, implementation, testing and training. In addition to its offices in Boulder, Colorado, Lingoport maintains development offices in Laramie, Wyoming.
Lingoport and Globalyzer are registered trademarks of Lingoport, Inc.