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Localisation

Localisation as part of the process

Localisation, sometimes shortened to ‘l10n’, is defined as the process of adapting a product or service to a particular language or culture.

In localising a product, in addition to language translation, such details as time zones, currency, national holidays, product or service names, gender roles, and geographic examples must all be considered. A successfully localised service or product is one that appears to have been developed within the local culture.

Prima Lingua will take the time to ensure your document, software or labeling is correct for the locality in which it is to be used.