Markus Meisl

Markus Meisl is a member of the management team of the language services department at SAP, one of the world’s leading providers of enterprise software. His current focus is on managing the three translation and localization service teams handling the product units for cloud, technologies and platforms, and mergers and acquisitions. Previously, Markus headed the central corporate translation team for German and English at SAP. Since joining SAP’s implementation methodology group in 1998, he has covered various roles within knowledge and product management ranging from translation and coordination of technical documentation, product definition and early training, to rollout and partner relations. In the 1990s, Markus worked as a freelance translator and interpreter in Vancouver, Canada, where he became involved in his first localization projects. He also worked as a freelance interpreter for the European Commission in Brussels. Markus holds a degree in conference interpreting for German, Spanish and Portuguese from the University of Heidelberg.

Markus Meisl

SAP has a model for localization that we don’t see in most companies. In fact, localization has a different meaning at SAP than how it’s typically defined. Its internal LSP team is called the Language Services Department which includes … Read more

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