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Localisation is often defined as the technical act of adapting a piece of software or another product for the needs of a specific language or culture.This is done primarily through translation but also includes fitting of additional components that may be needed in some cultures and some software environments.

Cultural adaptation of the software into the target market and conversion of culturally specific items are necessary for a complete localisation process. This includes conversion of such items as dates, addresses, telephone numbers, currencies and names of contact persons