Internationalization and localization for medical technology products tends to have special business drivers and can take on life-and-death importance. First, there's adapting products for better worldwide sales, then there are issues like reducing liabilities and saving lives. Together, they present unique challenge when localizing medical device software applications.
On Thursday, December 16th, 2010, Adam Asnes, CEO of Lingoport, and yours truly will host an interactive session to discuss basic principles and processes that make medical device localization different. Join us for the one-hour session - registration is now open. I look forward to having you on the call!
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