Big-box companies like Amazon and Walmart have only been enhancing their dominant presence in today’s market. Their relentless takeover from acquisition to plain out-performance of smaller companies has brought them to the international stage, where for Walmart, their standardized supply chain cost-cutting model for success does not necessarily translate to an augmented bottom line. Standardization […]
Hi everyone! We’re back after a week of absence to fill you in on the latest haps at CSOFT. We had our 8th annual World Operations Summit last week, and it encompassed everything that we imagined and more! Read on for highlights from the week as well as why CSOFT’s annual summit is one of the most important CSOFT traditions.
Hey y’all! Stop by the blog today to check out the different holidays that are being celebrated across the globe. From Japan to Mexico, Thailand to the Netherlands, we’ll take you on a whirlwind of celebration involving good eats, kite flying, scripture chanting, and margaritas! Come on by and see how you can add a little celebratory flair to your Thursday…. See you there!
Hey everyone, we’re back again with another Wacky Word Wednesday! Today’s word talks about Greek mythology, brings us among the stars, and touches upon a Cherokee legend. Check it out and let us know if you have any theories about how it ties in with Snow White’s seven dwarfs! Thanks for stopping by!
Today’s blog talks about the growth of collaborative and innovative practices in the next decade. Check it out to see some interesting statistics we found in the Google Decisive Decade Report about how employees want more collaboration and innovation and what they predict the 2020 workplace will be like. Don’t forget to comment! As always, we love to hear your thoughts :)
Today’s blog is in wake of the earthquake and subsequent tsunami that hit Japan last Friday, with an update on our Japanese linguistic team. Read for more details and links on where to donate/ volunteer to support the relief efforts. Keep Japan and all its residents in your thoughts!
What has happened to good service in America? In this blog entry, Matt Arney delves into the terrible state of American customer service versus the stellar customer service in Japan. He then opens up the doors for a discussion about what makes for good customer service in the localization industry. Stop on by and let us know what good customer service means to you!