Globalization is the process of designing and developing an application that supports localized user interfaces and regional data for users in multiple cultures. This information includes the writing system, calendars in use, date and time formatting conventions, numeric and currency conventions, and sorting rules.
Localization is the process of translating an application's resources into localized versions for each culture that the application will support.
InSite supports both globalization and localization in its management information systems.
You can configure each individual user account so that the text in your system is displayed in a specific language by default. If a user's account is not configured for a specific language, then the system will select a default language based on his or her web browser settings. (Every web browser contains language settings that communicate your language preferences to a web server.) Your users can change this default setting, or toggle between the available language modules by clicking on a Language setting option at the bottom of the page.
If our system cannot find an entry in its dictionary for a term used by your solution — in your language of choise — then it creates a new entry for you, including an annotation to remind your team (and ours) that translation for that term is needed. This has two key benefits:
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