Our software localisation service enables you to get the most out of your multilingual software, whether this is for the launch of your product in another country, or updating your current version for re-launch. Our adaptable workflow can be tailored to your needs and the needs of your software, providing you with fully translated content for each of your target languages.
When you want to launch a multilingual software package.
When you want to expand to overseas markets.
When you want to extend your user base into different locales.
If you are planning to launch a software package in overseas markets, you need to make sure that your software is available in the native language of your target audience. We understand that software localisation can be both challenging and time consuming and offer a solution to help you achieve your goals efficiently and effectively.
Blending the skills of professional translators and Software Localisation Engineers, our software localisation service will provide localised content which is user-friendly and ready for global distribution.
Our software localisation service brings these two elements together, saving you both time and money and delivering fully localised software which will start working for you immediately in your target markets.
The software localisation process begins with us taking a detailed brief from you, identifying any features which may have an effect on the user interface of the translated software: encoding, sorting order, time and date formats, numeric formats etc. that will potentially need adjusting for certain markets.
We are able to handle the translatable strings of text as either a resource file extracted from the software at your end, or we can have our engineers create a resource file if you provide us with all of the available source material relevant to your software package.
The service will be delivered by professional translators who understand the target audience and your products, as well as Software Engineers who can assess the more technical aspects of your software.
Depending on your individual requirements, the standard localisation process may include the following basic steps:
Webcertain Group is passionate about generating business growth for its clients in any part of the world. A team of native speakers of all the world’s major languages works together to achieve client objectives - no one understands working with different cultures and the nuances of language in the globe’s search engines better than the Webcertain multilingual teams. Webcertain operates in 44 languages.