Sales on your e-commerce website is taking off or the user base of the online service on your platform is growing healthily in your home market. Imagine what the sales would be like if you can expand your sales reach by tapping into the huge market out there which is up to now unreachable due to a language barrier.
Or your entry into a foreign language market is getting traction, and both sales and boots on the ground are growing rapidly. Now you need to add an additional language to your internal enterprise software in order to support your regional team.
Or your cloud based software as a service (SaaS) has been validated and you are seeing serious user adoption in your native language market. Now imagine what sales would be like if you can offer your SaaS platform in multiple languages.
The scenarios above both present an opportunity and a challenge. Along with the prospect of increased sales and market share comes the challenge of having to make your existing infrastructure multilingual.
Unfortunately, few have the foresight or inclination to spend more time and money in order to build multi-language support into their software right from day one.
Web Lite technology protects your invested infrastructure
You have invested a lot of money, time and effort in building your website, e-commerce or intranet applications, and now you want to support additional languages. The last thing you want to hear is your IT staff telling you that those custom modules in the software require an extensive re-write to support additional languages. Not only would such an effort be costly, it can be extremely disruptive to your day-to-day operations.
No costly re-writes
Our innovative technology is designed to work side by side with your existing infrastructure. With minimal modifications to your legacy software, additional languages can be added quickly and relatively painlessly. For systems containing custom developed software modules, the advantage of our solution is simply overwhelmingly compelling.
In other words, no more such dreaded words as re-architecture, major re-write, or worse yet, forklifting!