Localization as a Platform Service: How Riot Games Gets ‘Close to Players’ (slator.com)

Riot Games was founded 15 years ago around a title that would end up becoming the most-played game on a PC — and, eventually, the most played esport — League […]

Small Projects, Big Marketplaces. Getting Clients Closer via Localized E-commerce (slator.com)

As many in the language industry know quite well, there are a million different ways localization can fail, making those could-have-been-perfect campaigns all the more frustrating for buyers and sellers […]

How Pinterest Uses Internationalization to Inspire the World (slator.com)

Francesca Di Marco, Internationalization Lead at Pinterest, was localization employee No. 1 at the creative social media platform (or “visual discovery engine” as the tech unicorn likes to put it). […]

Benefits of Working on Government RFPs According to thebigword CEO (slator.com)

“When you win a government RFP, you have to underwrite it. You have to deliver whether you’re losing money or making money — and it’s quite different from the private […]

AI and GPT-3 in the Era of Content Creation (slator.com)

How is AI changing the way we transform and generate content? This was the question tackled by the SlatorCon panel moderated by Slator’s Florian Faes, which brought together Michel Lopez, […]

A Panel Most Unique: Verbit, KUDO, and Deluxe on Video Localization’s Convergence (slator.com)

The SlatorCon Remote audience would have been forgiven for thinking the Video Localization panelists — Tom Livne (CEO and Founder, Verbit), Fardad Zabetian (CEO and Co-founder, KUDO), and Chris Reynolds […]

The Onset of the Supercycle at SlatorCon Remote September 2021 (slator.com)

Language industry stakeholders from around the world fired up their laptops on September 8, 2021 to join some 300 of their colleagues at SlatorCon Remote. The record turnout comprised a […]

Fake Interpreters, Fake LinkedIn Profiles, SlatorCon Highlights (slator.com)

First up, Florian and Esther share key takeaways from SlatorCon Remote, which hosted 13 guest speakers and drew in over 300 attendees. Esther talks about the Video Localization panel, where […]

To Win Over Localization Skeptics, Follow the Money, Leverage Technology – via slator.com

Faced with a localization fumble, a company can choose to retreat from new markets indefinitely, or learn from its mistakes and try again. Leading human capital management (HCM) solutions provider […]

The Components of a Successful Buyer-LSP Relationship – via slator.com

IT giant Dell was established nearly four decades ago. For about half that, it has worked with language service provider (LSP) Welocalize. At SlatorCon Remote May 2021, Dell’s Director of […]

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