Project Management

The key elements to project success are attention to detail, planning, speed of execution, and communication

Localization involves many tasks and resources on the customer and vendor sides. The tasks can be straightforward and simple, but they can also be very complex. The resources have different skills, span several inter-connected aspects of the localization project, and are always geographically distributed and linguistically and culturally diverse. A localization project manager ties all the pieces together with the main objective of delivering the localized project on time, at cost, and with good quality.

Our project managers understand your needs and the critical issues involved in localization projects. They thoroughly understand the localization process, and can think out of the box to come up with solutions to intricate projects. They have worked on the client side and, therefore, they understand your issues. In addition, they are experienced with project management software such as Microsoft Project.

The project management process involves the following steps:

  • Assessing needs and requirements
  • Working with the client as well as our team of engineers, linguists, and desktop publishing specialists to create a project plan
  • Ensuring that all tasks are on target, and taking corrective action if any is at risk
  • Communicating with client and production resources
  • Performing the final QA to ensure that all deliverables are included and correct
  • On time delivery
  • Continuing to work with client after a project is done to ensure that any additional requirements are handled promptly and all issues are resolved