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Enhancing Internationalization Productivity

Source: Lingoport
Technology companies with global objectives understand the importance of software internationalization (“i18n”) as they juggle localization requirements. But they struggle with the complexity and other challenges of code that’s typically not designed for every overseas market. This document discusses how software productivity tools designed to support i18n project teams can yield better global business results.


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