Landport Systems Recently Announced New Spanish Version of Software
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Landport Systems recently worked with a worldwide recognized retail brand to successfully convert their facility management software to Spanish to accommodate the retailer's Mexican market operations
Landport Systems announces the company's Online Facility Management Software is now offered in Spanish. The company was approached recently by an internationally recognized fashion retailer to discuss creating a Spanish-language version of its proven and effective software. When the initial proposition was made, the retailer was actively using Landport's services for all 70+ retail store locations throughout Canada and the U.S.
"The Spanish version of Landport is set to be used for all of the retail sites in Mexico and a Portuguese version is set for use in Brazil," stated Landport representative Jeff Langner. "We reached a mutual agreement with the retailer regarding logistics, cost, and a timeline, which is when we began making the product that would translate Landport's work order management software into Spanish with intentions to complete a Portuguese translation at a later date."
The demand for regionally specific sites was a top priority for the retail company and Landport was able to fulfill this request to better serve the client. The translation efforts were more challenging than many industry critics realize. Even with the immense challenges, Landport was deployed in Spanish in record time for the company's Mexico-based operations and is now used by store staff, maintenance techs, managers and Mexican service vendors. Additionally, Landport Systems Spanish version is also used by the facilities departments in New York, which is responsible for overseeing the Mexican operations.
"The implementation of the new Spanish system was proficient and smooth, with the technology now available for other Landport System subscribers," continued Langner. "Any client that is interested in expanding into the Spanish-speaking markets with Landport's software can contact our offices and receive a free consultation. With this Spanish-language version of our Facility Management and Work Order Management software in place, Landport can now help its Spanish-speaking clients improve efficiency and streamline their facility management operations."
Landport Systems is dedicated to helping clients free up their time and eliminate paper--pushing and tedious phone calls with their internet-driven work order and preventative maintenance software. The company is a leader in the industry now offering innovative solutions to businesses throughout the world.
ABOUT LANDPORT SYSTEMS
Landport Systems, Inc. is considered a market leader and pioneer in the work order management industry. The patented internet-driven system will help to fully automate service vendor, maintenance staff, property manager, facility manager, resident, tenant and employee communication. This helps to significantly reduce overall labor costs while increasing efficiency and service. With Landport services, productivity can enhance productivity significantly, while helping to reduce overhead while improving resource allocation.
Name: Jeff Langner, VP Sales
Organization: Landport Systems
Address: Lafayette, CA 94549
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For more information, please visit http://www.landport.net
Release ID: 204494
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