How we handle your eCommerce localization project
We don't just translate your eCommerce content…
When you start an eCommerce localization project with us, we take it through our 8-step process. This ensures you are getting the most from your localization budget.
Do you have a rush job? No problem. This process can be quick, but it's important to ensure your translation is efficient.
Here is the process we follow when onboarding you…
We clarify your needs and pain points, the stakeholders for localization, the project purpose, and platform specifics.
Our content analysts examine your source files to identify the best way to localize your eCommerce content. They consider tooling, product information structure, and many other properties.
3 Scope, schedule, and costs
We help you identify which services you will require. Will you need Product Information Management (PIM) integration? Who will be responsible for Quality Assurance? Together, we set a schedule and the costs.
We assign your dedicated Program Manager who will lead a team of Project Managers. They will guide your project from here.
Your PM will assemble a custom team for your project. This includes translators with experience and expertise in your subject area, plus other team members as needed.
6 Process recommendations
We identify the most efficient way for us to receive content from you and deliver the translated versions. Here, your PM will recommend ways you can improve your content processes. This starts the process of continuous improvement that is a key benefit of working with Rubric.
7 eCommerce localization begins
Your project team will get to work. By this stage, every eCommerce localization project looks different, as we have catered the process to your unique needs.
8 Iterate and Improve
There's a reason our clients often stay with us for decades. With every project we help you to further improve the efficiency of your translation process. Over time, the savings and improvements you make can be huge.
At each stage, we identify potential risks and mitigate them with an Identify + Assess + Plan framework