Communicate across culture
As the world gets smaller and companies expand globally, the need for language services grows. We help companies communicate across cultures.
From legal documents to press releases, instruction manuals to lectures and videos to tweets, our network of highly trained linguists, translators, interpreters, and industry experts are ready to work with you.
A new office in Tel Aviv, a joint venture with a Japanese manufacturer or setting up call centre in Mumbai? No matter where you’re located and no matter where you’re looking to grow, we’re ready to work alongside you to make every Milestone successful.
Leeroy, HAVAS, Central test, avail finance, kochertech
Founded in 1991, Toyama has established itself as a premium technology brand in switches and automation in more than 50 cities in India as well as the Middle East.
We translated and localized the Avail Android app in seven regional languages- Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada and Gujarati. These languages are collectively spoken by more than 85% of India’s population.
For this project, we received the app strings in JSON format for localization. The text was extracted and a term list and style guide was created for quality and consistency across languages.
After the localized strings were uploaded, Milestone ran linguistic testing of the app in every language. This is to ensure there were no junk characters, alignment issues or missed content in the localised app.
We also translated the app store description, reviews, SMS campaigns and social media posts in vernacular languages.
Leeroy worked with Milestone Localization to translate and localize their website for Norway. Leeroy is built on WordPress and we extracted the content in English in a format we could run on our CAT tool.
The project was executed on our CAT tool to maintain quality and consistency. The translation was uploaded to their CMS and the final deliverable was a website localized in Norwegian. We also translated their sales presentations from English to Norwegian.