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Operators on the frontline don’t always speak the same language across a facility. Operations with more than one facility may also need to accommodate several languages across multiple regions to successfully deploy a digital solution across their enterprise. With new multilingual capabilities in Tulip, translated versions of an application live in one place, making it easier to support operators in their native language. Managing translations for an app in a single place reduces friction in deployment and brings more agility to customers.
Simplified App Building
In the app editor, a new option at the top of the interface lets app builders add translations in Tulip’s more than 20 supported languages. These supported languages include: Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, German, Greek, English, Spanish, Estonian, Finnish, French, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Lithuanian, Latvian, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Portuguese (Brazilian), Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Slovenian, Swedish, Turkish, and Chinese.
App builders can input translations manually for text, widget components, table headers, and table descriptions. Visual indicators assist app builders in seeing what text needs a translation. As apps change, app builders can update all of the translations in the same place.
If a translation has been added by the app builder, when a user signs in to an app, the app will automatically display in that user’s default language. By supporting operations with translated versions of their apps, they can focus on the tasks ahead of them and continue to be successful.
Multilingual capabilities in Tulip apps make it easier to scale across operations and deploy apps at multiple locations. Organizations are using Tulip apps across their facilities and supporting operators with native language apps. This feature is available now to all Enterprise accounts.
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