As your business grows, so does your application and therefore your code base. Eventually, you come to the point where you’ll build satellite sites and applications like a documentation center, admin panel, landing pages and more. Or you will find yourself extracting parts of your main app into separate projects to reduce complexity and make everything more manageable.
You may be chomping at the bit to get your localization project started. But, before you take the plunge, take time to assess your situation. Beyond the skills, experience and enthusiasm, your localization team should be able to do these seven things.
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