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When your company is considering its first move into foreign markets, that is the time to embrace the best practices of internationalization.
Commonly abbreviated i18n, internationalization is how you design mobile, software and web products so that they may be readily adapted to any language locale. Proper planning in internationalization means that all parts of the source code are free of locale-specific markers, so that later development can flexibly handle the cultural, linguistic, and regulatory variables that distinguish each market from one another, without requiring extensive and expensive reengineering.
This represents the best case scenario—the “thinking ahead” that will truly drive the cost-saving benefits of your translation and localization efforts.
Whether you are undertaking internationalization from the start or bringing full-developed databases, software, and websites into compliance, the Ccaps team of translators, linguists, engineers and testers are here to help you within and outside of the Latin American market.
We share with you the best practices of the industry and equip you with the knowledge to meet the challenges of internationalization.
We work with your developers to assess your code’s readiness for world markets, identifying any clear barriers to effective translation and localization of your product.
With industry-tested models, expert advice, and proper planning in the internationalization stage, the budgetary and development efficiencies of localization can be yours in every target market.