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10 Best Practices for Developing a Global Web Strategy

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    Irrespective of who does the translation, at an organization level, there is a need to provide guidelines for translation. For example, words that can’t be translated, specified translations for certain terms, tone of translation, and messaging during translation all need to be documented and clearly conveyed to translators.

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10 Best Practices for Developing a Global Web Strategy

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    Irrespective of who does the translation, at an organization level, there is a need to provide guidelines for translation. For example, words that can’t be translated, specified translations for certain terms, tone of translation, and messaging during translation all need to be documented and clearly conveyed to translators.

Organizations often develop Web portals for different countries in silos. Each country/region may have its own IT department, which develops websites that cater to that region’s needs. While this provides a good customized solution catering to a specific country/region’s requirements, the branding and user experience across these various sites for the same corporation becomes very inconsistent.

Based on his experience working with a variety of global enterprises, Venu Madhav Gooty, Senior Manager for ECM Solutions at Virtusa, shares 10 best practices that organizations often miss when developing a globalization strategy.

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