Software localization is the process of modifying software to adapt to the needs and preferences of users in a different geographic region. Translation solutions are often the main component of this process but providers take other aspects into consideration such as adapting to local regulations and cultural differences. Software localization providers typically employ local translators, editors, and software developers to ensure a seamless transition. Clients may utilize localization services when looking to expand their software to other regions, in a well-functioning form that adapts to the local language, culture, and regulations. Localization can be considered essential in order for software to be accessible for users with a different native language. In cases that do not involve a complete translation, some form of localization may still be seen as useful or welcoming to potential customers and possibly result in a larger userbase. Other types of localization, such as eLearning localization and multimedia localization, are offered in similar services by providers.
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