In the last few months in the UK, nationally collected statistics on coronavirus outbreaks have been made available locally. These data can identify recorded infections per street and even per apartment block in more densely populated areas. Track and Trace, which was previously handled nationally with mixed success, is now being partly devolved to local […]
You’ve just chosen a new localization vendor and realized there are a lot of things to consider and set up before you can assign the first project. A successful onboarding process allows both sides to collect important information, define expectations and objectives, understand risks, establish efficient workflows and help all stakeholders get to know one […]
More and more organizations are conducting Quarterly Business Reviews (QBRs) remotely. The unexpected and unprecedented spread of COVID-19 has mandated that many business meetings happen remotely. But more than that, online QBRs are more efficient, less costly and can be conducted from the comfort of your own home.
You’ve come a long way in making localization a strategic function of your global business. You have the essential localization processes set up with some metrics and KPIs in place. Solid results have awarded you internal buy-in, dedicated budget, increased sales and customer satisfaction. Everything is going great, until…the growing pains begin.
Building and running a localization program can be interesting, dynamic and rewarding—but it can be daunting, too. But it’s especially challenging when you are a team of one. In this episode of Globally Speaking, hosts Michael Stevens and Renato Beninatto invited Oleksandr Pysaryuk, the (only) Localization Manager at Achievers, to speak about his experience.