A lesson by Hannah Leske.
Founded in Munich in 2013, Freeletics is now Europe’s #1 fitness app. Freeletics pairs each user with their own unique AI-powered coach, who creates customized training sessions for athletes of every level. Additional features allow users to set goals, track their progress, and even join communities. And the best part: it’s all designed for people to work out in the comfort of their home or backyard, without any specialized (and expensive) equipment.
The small internal team works with a closely integrated supply chain to manage translation jobs.
Freelancers are prioritized over LSP partners, but both have a role in the current supply chain.
Full localization is the next step: the team wants to go beyond translation, creating tailored products and campaigns for its main markets.
Syncron helps manufacturers and distributors capitalize on the new service economy by optimizing aftermarket profitability, increasing customer loyalty, and enabling the transition to servitization. Syncron aligns all aftermarket services with its Connected Service Experience (CSX) cloud platform, helping companies differentiate themselves through exceptional aftermarket experiences while driving significant revenue growth.
We learn best when we’re enjoying whatever we’re engaging with — and Memrise is a language learning app that aims to make learning enjoyable and effective! They uphold the belief that learning a language should not only stimulate intellectually but also biologically, with the rush of endorphins you get by learning something new.
Motorola Solutions is a global leader in public safety and enterprise security. The company’s solutions in land mobile radio communications, video security & access control and command center software, bolstered by managed & support services, create an integrated technology ecosystem to help make communities safer and businesses stay productive and secure.
The present report is the culmination of over 65 interviews with different companies as well as a separate survey Nimdzi conducted among localization and translation managers. It is is aimed at buyers of language services who are interested in benchmarking their own efforts or in learning how other companies tackle similar challenges or who are simply curious about what others in their position are doing.