Localization Maturity Model 2.0
by Donald A. DePalma
March 28, 2011
March 28, 2011

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Historically, localization has involved adapting software products for international markets or rendering technical publications into just five or six languages. Common Sense Advisory has long held that this definition is too limiting. In the more advanced form of the practice that we see, localization has grown to cover the tailoring and adaptation of products, websites, operations, and supply chains to local and international needs. Translating content into dozens of languages comes with that territory. Therefore, today’s localization is about integrating products, processes, organizations, and technology to smoothly support customers worldwide.

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  • Technology Vendors

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