Global Website Operations

Even in just a single language, website management and operations are complex. These challenges increase when you maintain multiple websites around the world. Lionbridge’s Global Website Operations help simplify the localisation, publishing, and management of your global sites.

Ease complexity by offloading global web operations

As a website publisher, you need to offer a high-quality web experience in several languages. But if your web team isn’t staffed to handle website content translation and management, how do you manage?

Global Website Operations is an outsourcing solution that combines the translation and localisation of your website content with the management, publishing, and often full operational responsibilities of your international websites.

Because of our deep experience in language and translation, we can make sure your brand messaging will resonate everywhere. We don’t just publish a page and assume it’s going to work in every market. We’ll work to ensure each iteration of the page is adjusted for nuance in each cultural context.

With Lionbridge’s outsourcing solution, you’ll:

  • Meet marketing’s agile needs for rapid turnaround
  • Maintain a customised and locally-relevant user experience
  • Support each core region in your international go-to-market strategy
  • Address the challenges of content globalisation and global digital marketing

And you can do all this without changing your systems and policies, or hiring additional staff.

You’ll also get better, faster, and cheaper web operations from our scale and global presence. That’s because we have teams in different time zones around the world, which gives you the advantage of a 24-hour work cycle. You ask us to change pages on a Monday afternoon and wake up Tuesday morning with the pages ready to review.

Global Website Operations may be right for you if you have:

  • Large, content-rich websites
  • Local marketing teams requesting regional-specific content
  • Website redesign or (re)launch projects
  • A transition to a new CMS or other web technology
  • Internal re-structuring or downsizing of web resources
  • Substantial amounts of customisable content
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The Difference Between Translation and Localisation for Multilingual Website Projects

"To help ensure a quality customer experience, the top global brands employ a localisation strategy to adapt their online content and deliverables for regional specificity."

The Difference Between Translation and Localisation for Multilingual Website Projects [Definitions] 28/07/2015