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March 26, 2009
Finally! Data to Prove that Localization Matters
by Donald A. DePalma  

 
Summary
One of the most common refrains that we hear from software vendors and from too many enterprise planners is that "their buyers and developers can handle English." They tell us that as long as the products can ingest, manage, and publish information in other languages, that’s fine. However, "our CMS (or database or ERP) administrators and application developers can get along just fine with English, thank you." How valid is this point of view? This Quick Take summarizes our November 2008 report in a shorter format that should be more digestible by time-starved budget executives.

Availability
  • Global Leaders
  • Industry Providers
  • Technology Vendors

Pages: 4
 

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