Translation and Localization Articles
by Amber Swope
Success in a global marketplace requires translating content into multiple languages. Moving to a topic-based XML architecture, such as the Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA), can help you control the translation process and save money.
by Kristen Giovanis
Companies operating in a global marketplace know they need to translate documents for their audiences. But some documents need more than translation: they need localization. Although a document’s words can be translated perfectly, the document can still be ineffective in another market, due to differences in the way local businesses operate and in the way people think.