A localization audit is a powerful tool to help validate an organization’s language program and to reposition its role as a key growth enabler. Whether it’s carried out internally or a company hires external specialists for the job, an audit can serve as a validating pat on the back that will boost the localization leaders’ confidence and/or a much-needed sanity check that will point out areas where the program can do better.
A localization audit is a comprehensive, systematic analysis of a company’s localization processes, dependencies and workflows, its supply chain, and technology stack.
Webinar: At our company, meetings and planning follow the WIG (Wildly Important Goals) methodology. Why do we love it so much, and why are business executives implementing this methodology across companies?
Amnesty International is one of the longest-running international human rights organizations. The organization lobbies governments and companies to end human rights abuses and improve the lives of marginalized groups.
We all have our assumptions around what our buyer personas need. But are those assumptions correct? Bring all your questions to the Q&A.
NI is a multinational corporation that produces automated test equipment and virtual instrumentation software. The company offers two lines of products, including engineering software and hardware platforms. They provide integration for modular hardware and open, flexible software systems to consistently support the evolving test and measurement needs of organizations around the world.
What's going on in the world of language technology? Nimdzi has organized a series of panel discussions to cover some of our favorite topics in the space.
SAP is a German software company specializing in enterprise software that allows to manage business operations and customer relations. SAP is especially known for its ERP software solutions, but offers an entire suite of products to customers around the world.
A workshop specifically for companies in the translation and localization field: language technology providers, language service providers, and companies with growing and maturing localization departments.
(Non-Traditional) Revenue Growth Through Customer-Centric Project Management Although it is not "traditional," project managers can generate more revenue than even the best salespeople … with the right tools and training. In this discussion, Tucker Johnson (Managing Director, Nimdzi Insights) and Vera Richards (VP, Akorbi Translation and Localization) will share their experience turning traditional operations teams […]