You’ve always been able to use the Optimizely digital experience platform to perform A/B testing on any website in any language, but Optimizely has been English-only to date. Well, ikke længere! Today we’re proud to announce that you can now use Optimizely in the following languages:
- Danish: Website-optimering gjort let.
- Dutch: Gemakkelijke website-optimalisatie.
- French: L’optimisation de sites Web devient un jeu d’enfant.
- German: Website-Optimierung leicht gemacht.
- Italian: L’ottimizzazione di siti web più semplice che c’è.
- Japanese: ウェブサイトを簡単に最適化
- Portuguese: A otimização do site é fácil.
- Spanish: Fácil optimización de sitios web.
- Swedish: Förenklad optimering av webbplatser.
To use Optimizely in another language, simply click your preferred language link in the homepage footer.
Our world-class support team is also reaching international status with team members in Amsterdam to keep response times fast for our growing European customer base. We currently offer technical support for native English and Dutch speakers and plan to expand that in the near future. Speak German, Spanish, or French? Interested in joining Optimizely’s world class Customer Success team? We’re hiring like crazy!
More than 40% of our customers today are located outside the United States and about half of them prefer a language other than English. And these numbers are growing rapidly!
With Optimizely now a multilingual AB testing tool, global companies – like Zara in Spain – are running quick, powerful experiments, tracking results in real-time, and realizing exponential growth in revenue and engagement. We’re excited to expand our platform and support worldwide to empower even more companies to make data-driven decisions. By adding nine additional languages, covering over 35 countries, we look forward to better serving customers in Europe, Latin America, and Asia. Germany is currently our fastest growing market, followed by the United Kingdom and Spain. This is just the beginning of Optimizely’s global efforts – stay tuned!
Have a language you’d like us to add in the future? Let us know in the comments below.