February 2008

Monthly Archives

  • Going Global on a Shoestring?!

    It’s been a couple of years since you began developing a new product for your local market, and you are finally starting to reap the fruits of your labor. Orders are coming in! Clients are happy and referring others! Your controller is at last telling you that you are starting to bridge the gap between your books and black ink!

  • Going Global?

    Westborough, MA, February 22, 2008 – GlobalVision International, Inc., a specialist in localization and translation services, announced today the availability of two free white papers, Going Global on a Shoestring and Search-Engine Geo-Optimization.

  • Localization Partner: How Much Should You Trust?

    partnerThis week, SDL announced the purchase of Idiom, the once leading neutral Translation Management System (TMS) solution provider. Since the announcement, the industry’s been buzzing with blogs, press releases, newsletters, web sessions and emails trying to comprehend or capitalize on the news. Here is our 2 cents.

  • 2007 Client Satisfaction Survey Results

    Contact: Nabil FreijGlobalVision International, Inc.Tel: (508) 616-6660 99% Said Quality Met Their Need Westborough, MA, February 5, 2008 – GlobalVision International, Inc., a specialist in software localization and translation, announced today the results of its annual Client Satisfaction Survey. The survey measured the satisfaction level of GlobalVision’s client base. The highlights of the survey’s results Read More »

  • Tribute to the Freelance Translator

    SpidermanBefore the holidays, the father of one of our key freelance translators took a turn to the worst when his grave illness spread and impacted his ability to perform his daily routines. Despite of having her own family, work and life to take care of, she could not bear the thought of leaving her father during his last moments on earth and not being with her mother in her hours of need. She arranged matters with her immediate family and moved in with her parents thousands of miles away, doing her best to comfort them.