How do today’s localization economics—such as per word pricing—hinder innovation and growth? What new models could emerge to create better business outcomes for both suppliers and buyers if we abolished the per word pricing model? This session will address why this idea is not just provocative, but also seductive. In considering alternatives, participants will discuss the complexities that need to be balanced across the supplier and buyer value chain and the relationships among price, motivation, and sustainability.
Tuyen Ho leads Corporate Development global initiatives at Welocalize. She focuses on driving growth strategies, developing new business models, and creating strategic alliances. Prior to Welocalize, Tuyen held senior leadership roles in sales and operations at high growth technology companies in the area of emerging technologies and enterprise solutions, e.g. voice recognition, big data crowdsourcing, and natural language processing.