Localization – Overlooked and forgotten!
Most large global organizations embraced Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems like SAP, JD Edwards and PeopleSoft (now both part of Oracle) more than a decade ago to drive efficiencies and scale in their financial, manufacturing and HR processes. This allowed them to grow their business and control their cost base.
But there are other, often overlooked parts of a business that can benefit from driving efficiencies through defined processes and centralization - The Localization department and translation process is often considered to be a cost-centre in organizations rather than a driver of global revenue growth. If you could deliver your product or service efficiently in more languages could you sell, support and service more customers or reach out to new and emerging markets?
Translation Management is the ERP equivalent for the Localization department and their supply chain of translators and reviewers.
Learn more about how this missed opportunity can become a strategic revenue driver:
- Read the white paper CxO Strategy – The Next Big Win: Localization
- Or Join “The Need for Translation Management” webinars for Europe and Asia on 24 March and the USA on 5 April.