Tag: Software Development
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Depending on your industry and the languages you produce in, a terminology library can be a vital tool in creating a clear product understanding and acceptance in your target market.
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One of the challenges we face on a daily basis is our customers’ increasing need to get more details, facts and figures about their project assets, and to give them a better understanding of what can be done and by when. Source material is getting bigger and more complex, but sometimes the budgets (and the deadlines) are not expanding to match.
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The holy grail of software development is predictability. No-one likes surprises, especially those that crop up just a few days before a major release is due. Delayed releases can have major commercial and financial implications as well as impacting on the reputation of your brand.
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Low-Touch Localization (LTL) may not be as sexy as the concept of continuous localization, but it shares some similarities — mainly in terms of the technologies and processes involved. The two aren’t mutually exclusive and it’s quite common to combine LTL with continuous localization in one form or another.