Expand your reach and improve learner engagement with our expert eLearning localisation services. Our experienced team of linguists and instructional designers will help you adapt your eLearning courses to meet the needs of learners from different language and cultural backgrounds.
Our services include translation, cultural adaptation, technical adaptation, and quality assurance. We work closely with you to understand your needs and objectives and deliver high-quality results within the agreed timeframe and budget.
By choosing our eLearning localisation services, you can:
- Expand your global reach and tap into new markets
- Improve learner engagement and retention
- Save time and money by localising your existing eLearning courses
- Enhance your brand reputation by demonstrating a commitment to diversity and inclusion
Our proven track record of success and customer satisfaction makes us the ideal partner for your eLearning localisation needs. Contact us today to learn more and take the first step towards unlocking the full potential of your eLearning courses.
Delivering Quality Work
Delivering work consistently with high quality standards to our customers is important to us.
At Verztec, we carry out 3 layers of Localization QA for all Digital Asset Projects (such as Websites, eLearning Courses, Apps, Software, Videos etc) that goes through our Translation, Localization Integration and Engineering Processes.
Below is a description of our 3 layers of QA.
- Cosmetic QA – QA on all visual aspects of the graphical user interface like content formatting, graphics optimization, text alignment, overall layout and so on.
- Functional QA – QA to ensure that hyperlinks, navigational buttons, downloadable files or links and all system functions and features are working well.
- Linguistic QA – QA to ensure that all localized content is translated properly, no unicode or typographical errors, no accidental omission of translated contents compared to source content, sentence structure, grammar and spell checks and so on.
Client: Thomson Reuters
Client: Sun Microsystems
Client: Juniper Networks