The pandemic has dramatically increased the demand for companies to digitally transform. Now more than ever, businesses and consumers are moving towards a digital-first approach. And while companies are embracing new digital strategies to increase content creation and user engagement, not all are thinking about the full end-to-end customer journey through a global lens. The result? Customers around the world face fragmented and inconsistent online experiences.
Whether due to new financial regulations, local law revisions, or market fluctuations, Web3 is constantly undergoing changes. Just last week, the final vote on the European Union’s (EU) new set of crypto rules, known as the Markets in Crypto Assets regulation (MiCA), was deferred to April 2023 due to a technical issue where the 400-page document, which was originally drafted in English, wasn’t properly translated into all 24 official languages of the EU. And while this is just one example of how poor translation resources can create inefficiencies, many governments and regulatory bodies are beginning to recognize the importance of time-sensitive and high-accuracy translations.