QA Localisation Localisation QA testers are the very first people to see the localised product in its entirety – translated text, images and the rest of the user interface altogether. Good localisation testing ensures global products are of high quality in all target markets, correcting “bugs” or errors that may have been introduced in the localisation process. The testing process linguistically, functionally and culturally validates each localised product.
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