We realize that your business requirements are unique and there is no one-size-fits-all solution out there. Depending on the nature and purpose of your website, there are several alternatives – ours as well as others’ – for you. Below is a quick guide to find out if the Web Lite solution is right for you.

Cost consideration of a multi-lingual website

Cost can be an overriding factor on whether to have a website with multiple languages. Here is a refresher on the different cost components associated with a multilingual website.

Rule of thumb for choosing a solution

yes signApplication platform service provider

Whether you are an e-commerce platform provider or you offer software as a service (SaaS) to clients and subscribers online, our solution will allow you to expand into markets previously out of reach due to language barriers. Using our solution, you can very quickly and cost effectively add multilingual support to your service clients with very minimal code changes to your existing your platform software.

 

yes signMedium/large website, has custom modules

Typically, the biggest challenge lies in whether the custom modules which you have purchased or written support multiple languages or not. If not, the dread word “re-write” would often surface.

Our solution is ideal for this type of websites and offers the maximum value. Our overwhelming advantage includes:

  • no need to worry about module re-write
  • content synchronization tool makes maintenance much easier
  • integrated translation and workflow environment significantly cuts down the human chain and errors
  • translation memory ensures maximum reuse and consistency

 

yes signMedium/large size website, regular updates, few/no custom modules

Even though many open CMS such as Drupal and WordPress often come with built-in language support, our solution provides the following advantages over their native features:

  • content synchronization tool makes maintenance much easier
  • integrated translation and workflow environment significantly cuts down the human chain and errors
  • translation memory ensures maximum reuse and consistency

 

maybe signSmall CMS based e-commerce website, no custom modifications

A lot of the Content Management System based e-commerce sites come with built-in language support. Even though such built-in support can be limited, if your language requirements are minimal and you have not added any custom modules to it, chances are the built-in features will be all you need.

However, if your in-house or outsourced website designer is not familiar with the built-in language modules, our solution can also translate your website just as easily and cost effectively, but without the learning curve (and cost) of learning how to use the built-in language modules.

 

maybe signSmall website, generally static content, infrequent updates

If your website has only a few pages (say, 15 or less) , contains generally static content, and gets updated infrequently, the easiest solution is to simply clone it and translate it to the target language(s). We have a solution to extract your website content, have it translated and returned to you in a zip file with all web pages translated and their structure preserved. All you need to do is to add an alternate language option on your source website and point it to the home page of the alternate language website.

 

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