Localization is one of the most important things for anyone seeking to break into new markets. In order to adapt a product to a new market, you’ll need to translate it to your target language, but beyond that, you need to adapt images and graphic content, dates, times, icons, colors, contact details and so on to the local culture.
Digital products adapted to the user’s culture create a deeper identification with the product and higher user loyalty, placing you in the forefront of developers, allowing you to build an international reputation and increase profits. Therefore, making sure to use professional localization services will certainly save you a lot of headache in the future, supporting users who have misinterpreted the materials, or users abandoning you for competing products.
It’s true that you can always localize retroactively, but in our experience, the work process is easier and smoother when you include localization in your advance considerations during development.
With 60 years of experience and the finest professionals, we at Hever Translations also specialize in localization engineering, which means assisting in the product preparation stage before translation, pulling the text from the code, preparing files for translation and ensuring that the coding supports all relevant languages, so that the localization process will be smoother, and fully compatible with the target country’s culture.
Our advanced technological tools allow us to maintain uniformity of translation and consistency in use of your professional terminology, perfectly adapted to your target audience, shortening your timetables and reducing costs. This means that you will be able to get through the localization process easier and release the product in its translated form in a number of countries at the same time and at an excellent quality.
We will make sure that all of the elements, actions and functions in your product are translated and function in a user-friendly and culturally relevant manner, because at Hever Translations, we understand languages, understand people, and understand cultures.