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Women in Localization also welcomes Loy Searle and Teresa Marshall to its Board to spearhead a long-anticipated mentoring program intended to nurture professional and personal growth among its 1,500-member base.
LOCALIZATION IS A VAGUE, all-encompassing word that can mean anything from moving the steering wheel of a car from one side to the other to changing the formatting for a telephone input box.
[2,3] Other surgeons advocate unilateral neck exploration when there is a reliable preoperative localization study and both an abnormal and normal gland on the initially explored side.
IN AN INCREASINGLY globalized corporate marketplace, commitment to localization and internationalization has become fundamental to maintaining an effective worldwide presence.
to focus on the North American localization market, worth just under $4 billion in 2006 and projected to grow beyond $5 billion by 2010, according to Common Sense Advisory.
12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Women in Localization, the leading professional organization for women in the localization industry, will be speaking and supporting its membership at Localization World Silicon Valley October 9-11[sup.
Europe is a rapidly growing market for globalization and localization technology.
Featuring Yves Savourel, ENLASO Localization Solutions Architect, the intensive one-hour webinar will explore the benefits and advantages of XML in translation and localization.