Cloudwords, the leading provider of localization automation software and solutions, has partnered with Marvel Marketers to develop and deliver a new training and certification program.
New commitment to joint marketing brings Cloudwords to Webinar World 2019, a global series of events presented by ON24
SAN FRANCISCO, CA., March 12, 2019 -- Cloudwords , the leading provider of
localization automation software and solutions, has established a global co-marketing
relationship with ON24 , the technology leader helping companies create live, always-on and
personalized digital experiences. . This new relationship will bring Cloudwords to ON24’s
marquee customer and partner event, Webinar World 2019 in three cities, San
Francisco, Sydney and London. Webinar World kicks-off in San Francisco today and
concludes on March 13th, Webinar World Sydney takes place May 2, 2019 and
Webinar World London is from October 1st - 2nd, 2019.
About this Webinar
Global prospects are far more likely to convert to customers when they are engaged through campaigns that are delivered in native languages. This simple ambition of delivering consistent multilingual campaigns often proves an insurmountable challenge for marketers around the world.
Hear how Microsoft leveraged Cloudwords & Marketo to reach customers and prospects in over 100 countries and 30+ Languages. Sending millions of emails globally and reduced end-to-end process to less than 40 days which previously took 2-3 months.
...and we have more success stories to share with you.
Specifically you’ll learn how to:
- Eliminate ‘cut & paste’ from your program build
- Simplify the process of translation
- Increase the ROI for your campaigns
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