Article by Tucker Johnson.
As the localization industry continues to grow and evolve, it is crucial for leaders in the field to stay up-to-date with the latest trends and innovations. To gain insight into where these leaders are investing their time in 2023, Nimdzi conducted a survey and has compiled the results. In our survey, Nimdzi asked localization professionals to list the focus areas and challenges they anticipate for 2023. The survey was conducted in January as a “New Year’s Resolution” survey.
The responses provide valuable insight into what goals and challenges are top of mind for the localization industry, and in this report we will provide a summary of the trends that can be identified from the data.
Based on data Nimdzi has collected around the translation management systems (TMS) market over the past decade, we have compiled the first public version of our TMS Compass. We have supplemented the data with the cumulative knowledge and experience of our experts who work with a variety of TMS products on a daily basis.
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