Moravia Delivers Unprecedented Localization Visibility for Snap-on

Symfonie workflow management platform supports program optimization and control with data-driven insights.

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Moravia provided Snap-on with dashboard-style, click-through access to all aspects of the localization program, from individual project status to global program financials.

Brno, Czech Republic (PRWEB) May 02, 2014

Moravia has delivered a tailor-fit solution for Snap-on Diagnostics that provides drill-down visibility and actionable business intelligence across its entire localization program. Snap-on Diagnostics is a division of Snap-on Inc.

A worldwide leader in the design, manufacturing and marketing of high-end automotive tools and diagnostic solutions for technical professionals, Snap-on uses data-driven methodologies like Agile and Six-Sigma to manage its global operations. Although localization is usually a complex “black-box” process managed by third-party vendors, Snap-on sought to optimize its localization program with real-time visibility into all aspects of program operations.

Moravia solved Snap-on’s challenge by integrating a reporting and data visualization tool into Symfonie, Moravia’s proprietary workflow management platform. Symfonie was designed to integrate easily with third-party technologies in order to tailor-fit Moravia’s localization service workflows to accommodate any third-party or proprietary technology required for a client engagement.

As a result, Moravia provided Snap-on with dashboard-style, click-through access to all aspects of the localization program, from individual project status to global program financials.

“By plugging a reporting tool into Symfonie and integrating some data feeds, Moravia has given Snap-on unprecedented visibility and greater control over all aspects of the localization program,” said Li Murty, Senior Director, Strategic Accounts Program for Moravia. “For example, real-time visibility into job scheduling allows Snap-on to accommodate unscheduled localization projects as they arise, driving efficiency gains not only within the localization program but across the organization.”

Murty continued, “Our partnership with Snap-on exemplifies how flexible thinking delivers powerful advantages to the world’s leading brands.”

Founded in 1920, Snap-on is a $3.1 billion, S&P 500 company headquartered in Kenosha, Wis.

About Moravia
Moravia is a leading globalization solution provider, enabling companies in the information technology, e-learning, and life sciences industries to enter global markets with high-quality multilingual products. (http://www.moravia.com)


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