With an intense start to 2020, as we and our customers adapted to the new circumstances brought about by the global pandemic, in June we hosted a series of virtual events called Re:Connect to stay in touch with our customers and prospects. Over 1,200 attendees participated in the interactive sessions and were invited to continue the conversation with SDL and other customers on the SDL Community. The four one-hour sessions focused on business continuity, furthering companies’ digital reach and enabling them to reach their content strategy goals. In case you couldn't join us, here we provide a round-up of each session.
- Volume: Multiple content types, high numbers of small projects, translator capacity
- Velocity: Source content locked in multiple repositories, different solutions for each content type, manual processes
- Quality: Different quality for different needs, imperfect local nuance and poor specialized knowledge (compliance, regulations, security)