All eyes have been on fintech in recent years. The financial sector has been ripe for disruption for a long time — all it needed was a dynamic group of innovators to come along and shake it to the core.
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You’ve reached the stage where it’s time to push out into international markets and localise your software product — what could possibly go wrong?
You don’t need me to tell you how important intellectual property (IP) is to any technology firm. At every growth stage, IP is key.
It’s pretty much accepted that if you want to expand your business outside your domestic market, you have to localise your product. Whilst we tend to focus heavily on language, let’s not forget that localisation also takes in cultural adaptation, user acceptance, and a multitude of other factors that go beyond simple translation. And whilst we’re […]
As you’d expect, we spend a lot of time talking to people. It’s in our DNA. We speak to our clients virtually every day, and we speak to prospective clients all the time.
A quick glance at Twitter or any of the major e-learning providers’ websites will confirm that Learning Technologies 2017 was the event to be at last week.
There comes a point when most technology businesses will make plans to expand internationally.
You’ve just raised a round of funding and the future’s looking bright, exciting, and just a little bit… what’s the word?
If you’ve read the first article in this series, you’ll be aware of just some of the things that should be considered when planning an e-learning localisation project. Given the time and cost implications of professional localisation, it’s fair to question what wider benefits you’re likely to see from your investment.
The ability to deploy common training materials to a global workforce has brought significant advantages to organisations across the world. However, co-ordinating a training programme that is consistent, well-received, and effective across geographic borders remains a challenge for many organisations.