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Data to Support Localization at the Speed of Agile
by Rebecca Ray, March 31, 2017, 5 Pages View abstract 
Many organizations apply Agile methodology to drive software development projects. Its usage has now expanded to other business functions characterized by multiple, quick iterations, thus raising the bar for localization teams. If companies don't already . . .
 
What to Do When It’s Time to Drop a Language
by Rebecca Ray, February 29, 2016, 7 Pages View abstract 
Translation and localization managers are skilled at adding languages and locales for their products and services, documentation and support, and web and mobile sites (see "Adding Languages to Websites - It Gets Easier," Jan14). However, decommissioning . . .
 
Eight Areas Where You Can Help Clients Improve ASO
by Rebecca Ray, January 26, 2016, 7 Pages View abstract 
Most of us still discover and download mobile apps based on app store searches. These stores operate, by default, as global distribution channels opening access to 155 territories on the iTunes App Store and almost all countries on the planet via Google . . .
 
Mobile App Localization
How LSPs Can Help Buyers Localize More Mobile Moments
by Rebecca Ray, Hélène Pielmeier, January 26, 2016, 44 Pages View abstract 
Companies in all industries build apps to support their businesses, which presents up-selling opportunities for language service providers (LSPs). These include: 1) handling higher content volumes and additional languages, and 2) offering add-on services . . .
 
Wearables: The Next Localization Frontier
by Rebecca Ray, Benjamin B. Sargent, November 13, 2015, 6 Pages View abstract 
More than 90 million wearable devices are connected to the internet, with more added every day. While the iPhone and Android platforms were designed as multilingual from the start, that isn’t always the case for wearables. In this brief, we describe . . .
 
Are You Ready to Acquire a New Team or Be Acquired?
by Rebecca Ray, June 30, 2015, 5 Pages View abstract 
We are frequently asked at Common Sense Advisory how to manage the integration of a newly acquired localization team. Whichever side you're on - as the acquirer or as the one being acquired - the process requires a lot of hard work to align international . . .
 
The Language Services Market: 2015
Annual Review of the Translation, Localization, and Interpreting Services and Technology Industry
by Donald A. DePalma, Hélène Pielmeier, Robert G. Stewart, Stephen Henderson, June 30, 2015, 97 Pages View abstract 
Imagine buying a new car and not being able to decipher the owner's manual because it's in a language you don't read. Or remember the frustration of trying to register at a website form that doesn't recognize your country's postal code format. Think about . . .
 
Vendor Selection for Mobile App Localization Made Easy
by Rebecca Ray, June 30, 2015, 3 Pages View abstract 
Your current production model for multilingual content may integrate mobile localization without a hiccup. However, if you need to supplement your in-house, vendor, or freelancer team, this brief outlines eight essential areas to probe with potential . . .
 
Global Mobile App Development
Best Practices for Mobile App Localization
by Rebecca Ray, Benjamin B. Sargent, May 29, 2015, 53 Pages View abstract 
With a billion tablets already online and four billion smartphones predicted to be in use worldwide by 2017, mobile is the next frontier for companies to implement and fine-tune the global customer experience (CX). However, mobile phones represent more . . .
 
Localization Checklist for Mobile Developers
by Rebecca Ray, April 20, 2015, 5 Pages View abstract 
As software developers spend more time creating apps for mobile phones, tablets, and the proliferating number of devices connected to the internet, localization teams struggle to train less experienced colleagues on internationalization requirements. . . .
 
Insights on Enterprise Translation Automation
How Clients Deploy Translation Technology
by Donald A. DePalma, Fred Hollowood, April 14, 2015, 49 Pages View abstract 
As your clients expand globally, they struggle to scale content to a range of products, languages, and platforms. The only way to meet this demand is with technology. In this report, CSA Research explores six scenarios for how buyers automate processes . . .
 
Enterprise Translation Automation
Use Cases for Deployment of Translation Technology
by Donald A. DePalma, Fred Hollowood, March 10, 2015, 42 Pages View abstract 
Many organizations employ technology to manage digital content and its translation. Some rely heavily on tools that vendors provide. Others require partners to use proprietary systems that they have developed themselves or bought from commercial suppliers . . .
 
Agile Localization at 17 Silicon Valley Companies
by Rebecca Ray, February 02, 2015, 9 Pages View abstract 
Twenty-two globalization champions from 17 global software developers came together recently in Silicon Valley to share their challenges and solutions for Agile localization at a CSA Research Colloquium. This brief outlines workflow models presented by . . .
 
Six Questions to Ask When Rethinking Linguistic QA
by Rebecca Ray, January 01, 2015, 3 Pages View abstract 
Linguistic quality assurance (QA) continues to be an evergreen topic for buyers of translation and localization services. It remains a frequent source of schedule delays and eats up large portions of language outsourcing budgets. If you are currently . . .
 
Eight Guidelines for Budgetmeisters
by Fred Hollowood, Rebecca Ray, December 08, 2014, 2 Pages View abstract 
Translation budget managers and directors often consult Common Sense Advisory on how to win more funding and, conversely, how to avoid budget cuts. This brief summarizes eight guidelines for effective budget management, based on in-depth interviews with . . .
 
Take Command of Your Translation Budget
Establishing a Sustainable Funding Model
by Rebecca Ray, Fred Hollowood, December 08, 2014, 39 Pages View abstract 
There is no standard budgeting model for translation and localization teams, so managers and directors often ask Common Sense Advisory for advice on how to increase their budgets, maintain them, and keep them from being cut. Many continue to scramble . . .
 
Agile: A Quick Introduction for LSPs
by Donald A. DePalma, Rebecca Ray, November 24, 2014, 4 Pages View abstract 
The Agile development methodology is the new norm for clients developing software - and for many of their colleagues in marketing, product development, and even customer care teams aiming to increase their speed (see "What's on the Mind of the Agile-ized . . .
 
Why Localization Matters for Corporate Buyers
B2B Preferences for Localized Websites and Products
by Donald A. DePalma, Benjamin B. Sargent, July 18, 2014, 64 Pages View abstract 
To determine whether localization matters to corporate buyers, Common Sense Advisory surveyed businesspeople with purchasing authority for a range of software and high-tech products. We polled 400 companies across 10 non-English-speaking countries about . . .
 
The Language Services Market: 2014
An Annual Review of the Translation, Localization, and Interpreting Services Industry
by Donald A. DePalma, Vijayalaxmi Hegde, Hélène Pielmeier, June 25, 2014, 86 Pages View abstract 
Our comprehensive study of the market for translation, localization, interpreting and other language services in 2014 includes information on underlying market growth, key trends, fastest-growing services, average revenue per employee, and other critical . . .
 
Localization Matters for Global Procurement
B2B Preferences for Localized Websites and Products
by Donald A. DePalma, Benjamin B. Sargent, Robert G. Stewart, May 31, 2014, 66 Pages View abstract 
To determine whether localization matters to corporate buyers, Common Sense Advisory surveyed businesspeople with purchasing authority for a range of software and high-tech products. We polled 400 companies across 10 non-English-speaking countries about . . .
 
What’s on the Mind of the Agile-ized Buyer?
by Rebecca Ray, February 25, 2014, 4 Pages View abstract 
Buy-side research from Common Sense Advisory confirms that Agile is the new normal that breaks localization production models due to smaller translation volumes that must be translated more frequently. In interviews conducted in September 2013, 21 companies . . .
 
Selecting LSPs for Agile: What Mother Never Told You
by Rebecca Ray, February 03, 2014, 2 Pages View abstract 
Delivering localized products for software developers running on Agile does not happen overnight. It requires a transition plan to enable localization teams - and their language suppliers - to shift from processing content in a linear fashion to adeptly . . .
 
Agile: A Quick Introduction for Localization Teams
by Donald A. DePalma, Rebecca Ray, December 27, 2013, 4 Pages View abstract 
The Agile software development methodology is the new norm and is here to stay. If your organization develops software of any kind – whether for internal use, embedded applications, or external sale – there is an excellent chance that at least . . .
 
Localization at the Speed of Agile
by Rebecca Ray, Donald A. DePalma, December 27, 2013, 44 Pages View abstract 
Common Sense Advisory contends that current localization production models break down as teams scramble to stretch them to fit Agile. What lessons can veteran localizers learn from colleagues who have Agile-ized their teams? What are the most important . . .
 
Where Open Source Fits in Language Technology
by Donald A. DePalma, November 29, 2013, 10 Pages View abstract 
Open-source software has long been an option for translators, language service providers, and enterprises. In this brief, Common Sense Advisory discusses open-source software (OSS) for the language sector, the rationale for developing it, and six OSS . . .
 
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