How do global companies run localization programs?
Nimdzi’s “Lessons in Localization” reports highlight the most successful localization programs in the world. Each report focuses on a global enterprise and covers topics such as the organization of the localization department, language technology, and the supply chain.
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Deliveroo is a British online food delivery company founded in 2013. Today, Deliveroo operates a hyperlocal three-sided marketplace, connecting local consumers, restaurants and grocers, and riders to fulfill a mission-critical, emotional purchase in under 30 minutes. By offering fast and reliable delivery which consumers can track online, Deliveroo has grown rapidly. Deliveroo now operates in 10 markets worldwide: the United Kingdom, France, Belgium, Ireland, Italy, Singapore, Hong Kong, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, and Qatar, working with thousands of restaurants and grocers, thousands of riders, and serving millions of consumers.
Ørsted is a Danish multinational power company which is headquartered in Fredericia, Denmark. It’s the largest energy company in Denmark and the world's largest developer of offshore wind power. Aside from wind farms, the company develops, constructs, and operates solar farms, energy storage facilities, renewable hydrogen, green fuels facilities, and bioenergy plants. Ørsted produces 90% of its energy from renewable sources and has plans to increase this to 99% by 2025. The company is considered a global leader in climate action and was the first energy company in the world to have its science-based net-zero emissions target validated by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi).
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"One of the principles behind Nimdzi's Lessons in Localization series was to give a platform to these teams to share what they've learned and the challenges they have overcome en route to enabling their company's success. Translation and localization teams indeed have their fingerprints everywhere: from Product to Marketing, to Sales, to Customer Success. Localization is truly a cross-functional lever of growth."
"Even though day-to-day localization operations look different for every company, a lot of localization teams face very similar challenges. Words like evangelization, awareness, and early involvement crop up in so many of our interviews. If you think you've got a good solution, or you just want to know what others are doing to overcome these challenges, think about getting involved!"
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