114: How User Experience Drove Localization at a Start-up

February 24, 2021
25:40

In this episode of Globally Speaking, we chat with Mitchell Cox, International Business Operations Manager at Lucid, a visual collaboration software company, about how localization should be tied to accelerating growth, rather than be an afterthought. We also discuss why excellent customer experience (CX) is paramount, how it is impacted by translation and how product adaptation might be required.

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How User Experience Drove Localization at a Start-up

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Mitchell Cox is a Business Operations Manager at Lucid, a Utah-based developer of visual collaboration software. Mitchell leads strategy and business operations for Lucid, including market prioritization, resource planning, cross-functional alignment and growth strategy. He graduated from the University of Utah with a Bachelor’s degree in psychology. Outside of work, Mitchell enjoys espresso, skiing and spending time outside with his wife, son and dog.

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Jim Compton is a localization industry maven with over 25 years of multi-faceted experience and a reputation as an innovator and passionate problem-solver. He’s developed and implemented solutions to address the growing global content needs of an evolving market. He is currently the RWS Manager of the Technology Partnerships Program.

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