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We examined the interpreting markets in 12 different countries. So, what are the three things that the interpreting market needs now?
It’s not only about offering customers a variety of payment methods. It’s about the little things before, during and after a purchase - the customer service
When selecting a market to bring a game into, a game developer or publisher should consider many different aspects.
In this episode of Globally Speaking, we chat with Peter Wang, Founder and CEO of 57Blocks, about his experience as a serial entrepreneur creating startups whose workforce is a distributed team model. He explains best practices for sourcing and managing distributed teams, how to earn their trust and what the hot new markets for talent will be. Plus, he reveals some of his own lessons learned about building products differently for new markets and adapting to the current self-serve software business model.
There are three key influencers for interpreting services in every market: the demand, the government, and the infrastructure.
To better illustrate where the localization teams sit within the customer organization, we came up with the Nimdzi Planetary Model.
About 20 percent of survey respondents confuse TMS for Business Management Systems (BMS). What's the difference and why does it matter?
We recently conducted a large study for which we examined the interpreting markets in 12 countries. We assessed how the interpreting markets are run, what trends, challenges and opportunities stand out, and what drives interpreting - including pricing. Based on our research, we identified five factors that drive pricing in interpreting.