Call for Papers: LocWorld29 – Localization Processes Forum

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CALL FOR PAPERS
LocWorld Silicon Valley
Localization Processes Forum
October 14, 2015

In an increasingly competitive market, where quality is becoming the differentiating factor between close competitors, localization has a privileged role in delivering products and services on an international scale across multiple channels and languages. However, as with any other area of corporate work, project management is key to success. The variety of project workflows and management methodologies often involve challenges for both in-house and external teams that struggle with the variability of translation management and localization processes across different clients and teams.

Join the Localization Processes Forum for the hard talk on the challenges and trends behind the integration of localization as a first-tier requirement in both cutting-edge environments and in more traditional processes and technologies. Bring your own experience in agile or waterfall to the forum and discuss the future of localization services with some of the industry’s leading experts.

Organizer: Alberto Ferreira

Key Dates:
Proposal submission deadline: September 1, 2015
Notification of accepted proposals: September 5, 2015
Rough draft of presentation due: September 15, 2015
Final presentation due: October 1, 2015
Preconference: October 14, 2015

Speaker registration:
Localization Processes Forum speakers are entitled to free registration for this session. A discount code will be e-mailed to all speakers prior to the conference.

Review of proposals:
All papers submitted will be reviewed and evaluated by the Localization Processes Forum.