The LISA Forum Asia in Beijing on March 12-15 will focus on buyers/end-users of globalization services. Entitled “The Globalization of China 2.0,” the program features some of China’s international expansion leaders alongside high-tech multinationals such as Microsoft, Huawei, Cisco Systems, Nokia, Adobe Systems, TIBCO Software and IBM.
The program includes sessions such as “The Basics of Going Global: Understanding Globalization, Internationalization, Localization and Translation,” “Buying and Implementing Content Management and Global Translation Management Systems,” and “How to Run a Globalization Audit of Your Business Processes.” Register here.
For those of you not going to Beijing, note that the LISA Forum’s highly-popular globalization audit session will also run at Gilbane San Francisco on Tuesday April 10th during pre-conference tutorials.
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