Internationalization and ultimately localization is driven first by business needs, strategies and partners. That said, a US-centric view of software adaptation for Canada represents one of the most accessible opportunities to test the waters of global expansion for companies new to adapting software for worldwide customers. From a US perspective, there's little barrier to doing business in Canada. After all, we share time zones, language and even phone number formatting. You can get there easily. Often, as in the case of my own firm, you end up selling there without even making a specific effort ...
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The Business Side: Internationalization and Canada
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