Announcing: Goodbye Language Barriers, Hello World

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D4H™ DECISIONS, the #1 information management software for emergencies and incidents worldwide, is now available in multiple languages for international markets.

Since 2008, D4H Technologies has grown to include 16 countries, but has only ever allowed people to collaborate in English. Removing language as a barrier to cross-organization collaboration is a competitive game changer. We want to make it even easier to tap into the rich features of our response team management tool internationally, so today we’re announcing a brand new feature within D4H™ DECISIONS: International language translation!

D4H™ DECISIONS is already deployed worldwide, where users speak a combination of languages to stay ready for their next response. Until now, we could only offer them our solutions in English. With D4H™ DECISIONS available in multiple international languages, users may now select to work in the language of their choice.

A default language may now be set for an organization, which will auto-select for all users who sign-in. For organizations that cross multiple language boundaries, either globally or even different dialects within a country, users may override this and select the language of their choice for their own profile. The organization controls which languages are available to users at all times.

Immediately available are French (especially for our Canadian friends!) and Danish, with Spanish, Portuguese, German, Icelandic, and more following right behind. Get in touch with us to find out more, to add multiple languages to your account, or if you would like to provide translation for another language.

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