Should We Centralize Our Globalization Function?
by Rebecca Ray
December 30, 2016
December 30, 2016

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One of the most common questions asked by organizations implementing globalization as a business function is whether they should centralize language services. Data from CSA Research demonstrates that companies continue to consolidate in this area as they mature, driven by their desire to: 1) achieve faster times to market; 2) reduce total cost of ownership; 3) maintain specific levels of linguistic quality; and 4) integrate workflow processes enterprise-wide. In this brief, we provide hard data to support organizations in their decision-making related to centralization in the following areas: number of years managing localization, budgeting, team size, scalability, formal processes, siloed operations, and number of in-country marketing staff.

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