GlobalVision Announces new InfoMail and Blog

Localization Blog - GlobalEyes

Westborough, MA, August 8, 2007 – GlobalVision International, Inc., a specialist in localization and translation services, announced today the début of the GlobalVision blog GlobalEyes. The blog helps those interested in translation and localization services become better-informed consumers. You can read them and add your comment at http://blog.globalvis.com.

Last month, GlobalVision released its 21st quarterly InfoMail titled: Do’s and Don’ts in Software Development before Localization. The InfoMail describes in detail 12 practices to follow or avoid that software engineers should know before attempting to localize their products.

Given the constant competitive pressure on executives to expedite product time-to-market, many developers are given tight deadlines to deliver functional software. By following the 12 prescribed practices in the InfoMail, developers can facilitate localization efforts to meet time-to-market requirements for all the required languages, not just the source.

You can read the InfoMail at https://www.globalvis.com/news/articles/. Linking to any InfoMail on the GlobalVision website is permitted. Publication of InfoMails requires GlobalVision’s prior approval.

To subscribe to receive free InfoMails every quarter by email, go to https://globalvis.com/globaleyes/. New subscribers can download a free white paper titled: Top 10 Ways to Reduce Localization Costs without Sacrificing Quality.

“We encourage localization experts worldwide to participate on our blog and subscribe to our free InfoMails.” said Nabil Freij, President of GlobalVision. “Sharing information online is a trend that GlobalVision will expand on over the coming months and years.”

GlobalVision released last quarter its online localization portal www.gvAccess.com. The company is in process of developing a free webinar to educate prospective clients on its benefits and use. The webinar will be available later this year by appointments only.

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