Q: Can your proprietary systems work with other translation memory systems?
A: Yes, our system is fully TMX ('Translation Memory eXchange', an xml standard) compatible, and will therefore interact transparently with any other system designed to adhere to the same standards.

Q: What are the advantages of designing for localization?
A: The typical concern we get from new potential clients is that since we provide such a custom solution we must be more expensive than the competition. The opposite is typically the case. We are not only very competitive but in fact, thanks to our technological advantage, we are able to increase the efficiencies and actually reduce our costs significantly. We not only reduce our costs and time to market but we pass on these savings to our clients. The costs involved with the customization is recuperated (and then some) by the savings due to leveraging of translations across formats and leveraging of engineering efforts across languages.

Q: How does the localization process work?
A: For a diagram of a typical web localization process click here

Q: Isn't it very expensive to create internationalized custom content?
A: Careful planning can save substantial amounts of both time and money. Your ROI will be founded in your initial strategy.