SurveyMonkey has seen solid worldwide growth in recent years, but the company knew it could accelerate its growth trajectory by offering both its product and customer service in users’ native languages. Almost a third of subscribers lived in countries where English was not the preferred language, and they were actively requesting the service in other languages. To meet the expectation for native-language content, SurveyMonkey worked with Smartling to roll out 10 languages in only 6 months. Read the Case Study to learn how SurveyMonkey accelerated their global growth.
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