Rigi provides powerful features to support the localization process. One of the ultimate goals is to make localization related tasks as independent from development as possible.
Rigi supports two concepts that are a prerequisite for a successful software localization process: ID-based localization and visual context.
ID-based localization. Rigi is designed to localize software. Rigi’s ID-based concept identifies software texts and guarantees consistency. Only new and modified source strings will marked for translation. A client case study realized a three days shorter time-to-market for each bi-weekly delivery.
Visual localization. The quality and completeness of information is directly proportional to the lead time, quality and costs of a job. Rigi enables the efficient creation of localization kits including indexed previews. Translators translate in context (WYSIWYG).