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Breaking Cultural Barriers to Ensure Patient Safety: Localization 101

For many life sciences companies, translating and localizing content is a required inconvenience that results in significant costs and time-to-market implications. Additionally, the translation and localization process is often considered a “black box,” where the translation process remains a mystery.

But what can life sciences companies do to aid in making a complex and often costly and timely process more efficient and transparent?

Join AMPLEXOR’s Kathleen O’Brien for this on demand webinar, “Breaking Cultural Barriers to Ensure Patient Safety: Localization 101” as she will:

✔ Provide an overview of fundamental concepts for translations and localization

✔ Unveil insights into the translation supplier processes for life sciences companies

✔ Identify the nuances of culture barriers, and how to better manage the technicalities of translations

Examine how layout can impact the quality of translations and the readability of labeling & IFUs

Walk away with:

✔ Effective localization strategies that can be implemented to reduce costs and accelerate timelines.

✔ A better understanding about the importance of software localization and its role in preparing content for translations

✔ How to engage successfully with affiliate reviewers in your regions, who may be reviewing your translated content

Watch now for free

Meet the speaker

Kathleen O’Brien

Kathleen O’Brien is Director of Business Development with AMPLEXOR Life Sciences and a 15-year veteran of the translation industry. Kathleen has a background in linguistics and has held various roles in the translation business: vendor, project and account management, as well as new business development, giving her a unique perspective into both translation operations and how translation impacts the globalization needs of her clients in the pharmaceutical and medical device industries. She proactively collaborates with her life sciences client partners on a daily basis to help them set their localization strategies.