Don’t let your website get lost in translation
The online world has no geographical boundaries and we want to ensure you can say the same of your website or app. Our thorough localisation testing covers linguistic, technical and visual checks, delivering the local knowledge you need to be truly global, with our Professional Test Community spread across 149 countries.
For companies with widespread global audience, translational or dialect issues can be challenging. If you’re lucky, you might have an internal team in each continent but reaching the linguistic coverage you need to cater to your global audience is near impossible.
This is something we deal with all the time. Our global community can cover the areas your team can’t, meaning you aren’t leaving translational issues up to a robot. Our real-world users will suggest the best changes to improve your localisation optimisation.
What we do for you
Our testers check the translations on your site in terms of spelling and grammar, and they also provide you with feedback on the most effective way to communicate your message, including any details on cultural subtleties.
Your platform will undergo extensive cosmetic testing, making sure that any translated text is not truncated and there is consistency shown in every language and location your site operates in. Functional testing, including testing your network, then gives you peace of mind that you are delivering a seamless customer experience.
We will produce you a comprehensive test report with actionable insight, supporting your technical teams on any necessary updates and promoting the growth of your global business.
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