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Lingoport and Milengo to Host Webinar on Internationalizing and Localizing Complex Software Systems in an Agile Environment

Free One-Hour Educational Online Session Features Guest-Host Yuka Kurihara, Director of Localization at Pitney Bowes Business Insight

BOULDER, CO -- (Marketwire) -- 02/24/11 -- Lingoport, a leading provider of software internationalization tools and consulting services, and Milengo, a worldwide provider of translation and related localization services, announced today that the two companies will present a live Webinar, Wednesday, March 2nd, 2011, titled "Internationalizing and Localizing Complex Software Systems in an Agile Environment."

Special guest Yuka Kurihara, Director of Localization at Pitney Bowes, joins Adam Asnes and Olivier Libouban of Lingoport, and Adam Blau of Milengo to highlight strategies and examples for effectively implementing software globalization efforts within Agile.

The Webinar is scheduled to be held on Wednesday, March 2nd, 2011 at 9:00 am EST; a second session is scheduled for 2:00 pm EST. Both online sessions are expected to reach capacity. To reserve your seat, please register at: http://www.lingoport.com/internationalizing-and-localizing-complex-software-systems-in-an-agile-environment

Adam Asnes, Lingoport's President & CEO, notes: "Software development is often hindered by communication issues between company stakeholders." He continues, "The solution to bridge this gap, Agile software development, has been particularly challenging for internationalization and localization activities."

Yuka Kurihara will demonstrate and discuss her efforts managing localization at Pitney Bowes, while working with her company's Agile initiatives. The presenters will also discuss and showcase how to implement internationalization efforts in parallel with Agile feature development, and successful localization strategies paired with Agile teams.

This educational one-hour online event targets professionals involved in Agile software development, internationalization and localization, including Technical Managers, Software Developers, Localization Engineers and Managers, Internationalization Engineers and Managers, Product and Project Managers, and anyone wanting interested to learn more about Agile software development.

Lingoport and Milengo also announce that the two companies were recently joined by acrolinx, the world's leading provider of Information Quality Management software, Asia Online, a provider of near-human quality mass translations, and Clay Tablet, a provider of translation integration software systems, at the Localization Technology Roundtable in Palo Alto. The event was held on Thursday, February 3rd and focused on discussing an open technology framework that speeds up time-to-market and drastically reduces localization and translation costs.

The Roundtable was completely sold out and featured a highly anticipated keynote address, "Four questions that will help shape your localization strategy," by Salvatore Giammarresi, Localization Director at Yahoo! The event was also streamed online to a worldwide audience and all of the sessions are now available for playback at: http://www.lingoport.com/localization-technology-roundtable-palo-alto-feb-2011.

About Lingoport (www.lingoport.com)
Lingoport helps globally focused technology companies adapt their software for worldwide markets with expert internationalization and localization consulting and Globalyzer software. Globalyzer, a market leading software internationalization tool, helps entire enterprises and development teams to effectively internationalize existing and newly developed source code and to prepare their applications for localization.

For more information, please visit http://www.lingoport.com or http://www.globalyzer.com.

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