The investment of time and money are optimized when Spanish Internationalization efforts are incorporated during the early stages of business development.
In software development, after a product has been internationalized, “localization” refers to the process of adapting it to a specific market.
A product can be referred to as being “internationalized,” if it has been developed to meet most of the needs of an international community, but not yet customized to a specific region. The customization to a specific region is called “localization”.
Spanish Internationalization Services
Enlisting the expertise of our Spanish Internationalization team during the developmental stages can help to identify and incorporate pertinent design and technical information.
This comprehensive work effort allows for adjustments to be made more efficiently and ultimately helps reduce the risk of costly re-engineering. In addition to the obvious cost-efficient benefits, these cohesive efforts can facilitate a simultaneous product launch to foreign markets.
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Spanish Internationalization or Spanish Internationalisation
Internationalisation is spelled with an “s” in the United Kingdom and Europe, as opposed to the American spelling which uses the letter “z” instead to give us: Internationalization. Both words share the same meaning, despite their unique spelling.
“Internationalization” and “Internationalisation” are occasionally abbreviated as “I18N” (the number eighteen between the letters I and N) because there are eighteen letters between the “I” and the “N”. This is often done in software engineering to avoid confusion over the spelling of the term.
Spanish Globalization refers to the internationalization and localization of a product for the Spanish speaking markets. There are many ways in which you can localize your products into Spanish.
Also, Spanish Globalization is called, in British English, Spanish Globalisation, and to avoid confusion over the spelling of the term, Spanish G11N is sometimes used.