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ThoughtSpot is a search and AI-driven analytics platform. With ThoughtSpot, enterprises around the world are instantly able to put the power of analytics into the hands of every business person.
Internationalization first: While ThoughtSpot considers both internationalization and localization to be important, there is a clear internationalization-first mindset. The thought behind this is that the product needs to be developed for the different international markets before anything gets localized.
Maturing the product equally across all markets: This is the ultimate goal for the Localization department at ThoughtSpot.
Centralized technology: More or less everything localization-related happens on Crowdin, which allows both vendors and the internal team to work within one centralized platform.
A sales-driven approach: The localization approach at ThoughtSpot is sales-driven and customer-focused, meaning that if there is a new customer who needs the product in a certain language, the team can make this happen in a short amount of time.
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Project and Process Management
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