As technically skilled businesses mature and as global competitive pressure intensifies techno corporations are steadily targeting new business opportunities worldwide. With new competitors, customers, and suppliers emerging around the world, manufacturers of critical products must think internationally. To conduct a global business strategy, manufacturers must communicate complex information in several languages. They should manage suppliers and production employees in plants around the globe. And in several cases, they must ensure their products and processes are compatible with regional markets and infrastructures. To keep their products price-competitive, several corporations are establishing global production facilities to leverage reduced labor costs. This, in turn, is lowering the cost of technically skilled making computing, telecommunications and electronics products affordable to consumers in key emerging businesses, such as India and China. To succeed in these global businesses, corporations must ensure their products are language-appropriate and compatible with local infrastructures. And they must ensure the quality of application development and maintenance and outsourced testing across multiple global businesses.
In the case of electronic medical products, manufacturers have the added challenge of ensuring products are compatible with regional infrastructures. Corporations in the rapidly growing biotech and healthcare industries are targeting new market opportunities in regions around the world. As they enter new businesses, corporations face growing regulatory compliance challenges which include the challenge of communicating complex product information in literally dozens of languages within each region. With lives in the balance, accuracy of information is crucial.