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Updates are an integral part of modern products. When it comes to localization, new content typically needs to be translated monthly, weekly, or even more often. It might sound like a difficult task if your localization workflow is not ready. Exchanging source files and translations back and forth with a translation agency is no longer an option. As in this case, the release date depends solely on the translation team. No worries, you can still regain control over the localization process and release dates.
Can localization run in parallel with development or start at the design stage? The simple answer is – yes. In our newly published e-book, we dive into continuous localization and outline the top benefits of this approach for different teams within a company.