Building and running a localization program can be interesting, dynamic and rewarding—but it can be daunting, too. But it’s especially challenging when you are a team of one. In this episode of Globally Speaking, hosts Michael Stevens and Renato Beninatto invited Oleksandr Pysaryuk, the (only) Localization Manager at Achievers, to speak about his[…]
We are pleased to announce the new Partnership Program at RWS Moravia. Through this program we will develop an ecosystem of partnerships to reinforce and expand our expertise and capabilities in providing globalization solutions. Our goal is to become a more robust, forward-looking service provider capable of delivering any solution or technology[…]
The language industry is one that never stops evolving, but it might not be that obvious online. As you may have noticed, translation, localization and globalization are niche topics that don’t get much media coverage. But where the media falls short, the Twittersphere provides.
Emerging markets give companies of all sizes unmatched opportunities to grow their revenue. These markets account for well over half of the world’s population and, by 2025, consumption of $30 trillion annually. What’s really exciting are the opportunities for companies to grow and serve new markets.
Product marketers know that localization is not just about providing content in new languages. But that doesn’t mean it’s easy to define a larger strategy or justify the spend to show that localization is a key driver of growth.
On 18 October 2017, Moravians discovered that we'd found a new home in RWS, a public life sciences translation and IP services company. We didn’t know much about RWS at the time, but in the days and weeks that followed our acquisition, we discovered the strong reputation RWS has earned among its clients. We were intrigued by RWS’s consistent[…]
Moravians have been active in Women in Localization for years now, benefiting in myriad ways: networking, mentorship, job opportunities and education. But why is Women in Localization—a growing organization dedicated to the advancement of women in the localization industry—important to Moravians? What drives our commitment to the organization?
There have been critical changes in the way customers consume multimedia content in the past few years. To start, users are clamoring for a larger variety of multimedia content types, delivered more quickly and on the various devices they use.
In our fast-paced society, new products and features are expected to become available instantly. Our customers demand and deserve it. Gone are the days when 1-2-year cycles are acceptable. And because of this, many software companies have changed their development cycle from traditional waterfall to an agile development process. Let’s unpack this[…]
It’s event season for localization professionals! LocWorld and TAUS conferences are coming up in October, and can you believe late October’s ATA conference will be their 59th?