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Localization Industry Standards Association

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Localization Industry Standards Association or LISA was a Swiss-based trade body concerning the translation of computer software into multiple natural languages, which existed from 1990 to February 2011. It counted among its members most of the large information technology companies of the period, including Adobe, Cisco, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, McAfee, Nokia, Novell and Xerox.
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