WHAT IS LOCALISATION?
Localisation is linguistically adapting products and services to meet the language, culture and physical requirements of a specific market.
This may not necessarily correspond to a country or region, since it may also involve a specific age group or any other population sector.
It is key to the success of products and services in international markets.
It is often confused with translation, but it is much more than this.
Examples of localisation
Website designers and software developers must take all of these aspects (and many more) into account when initially designing their products if they are going to be translated (localised) in the future.
In the internationalisation of your products and services, we can advise you during your design stage so as to make their subsequent localisation cheaper and faster.
What’s more, our professionals have the most cutting-edge localisation tools on the market (Alchemy Catalyst, SDL Passolo, Webbudget, etc.), enabling them to successfully undertake any software or website localisation project, be it simple or complex.
At Acantho we have localisation project managers certified by The Institute of Localisation Professionals (TILP).
Furthermore, experts from all these countries collaborate with us:
• United Kingdom
• United States
• And many more.
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Save time and unnecessary design and layout costs
Thanks to our experts and the cutting-edge localisation tools we use, your localised website will be ready for unloading onto the server and your software ready for implementation in its foreign version, without additional design costs and in record time.