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Nicholas Strozza, Interpro Translation Solutions

Nicholas Strozza is Vice President of Marketing and Sales at Interpro Translation Solutions, based in the Chicago suburb of Lisle, Illinois. Nicholas manages all marketing, client service and business development team members as well as working directly with eLearning localization clients. Nicholas is a graduate of Northern Illinois University where he graduated Summa Cum Laude with honors in Marketing and a minor in French. Prior to joining Interpro, Nicholas worked in marketing and sales in the web development and educational software industries.

Prepare and Plan for Global eLearning Localization

Posted by Nicholas Strozza, Interpro Translation Solutions on October 6, 2016

The eLearning localization process is a critical step for training workers in their native languages and cultures, and for the organization to ultimately function as a global unit. The development of multilingual classroom-based learning was once complex and time-consuming, but today eLearning localization is a more streamlined and straightforward endeavor.

However, unless you have been through an eLearning localization project from start to finish, you may not know exactly what goes into each step, and preparing for the localization process from the very start of the project can help save a lot of difficulty later. Whether you work with a professional translation company, an in-house resource, or freelance translators, there are some best practices to consider when developing eLearning programs in order to ensure they are easily localized and produce the right results, no matter where your audience is located.

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