I'm not completely sure about the nuance of "to time" in the following sentence. I would really appreciate your help here. Does it have the same meaning as "in time"? or else does it mean "according to a stated deadline" = on time?
"Availability of the translated collaterals for launch is dependent on Countries completing local validation to time, in order that final Source Files will be available as quickly as possible."
Thanks a lot for your help!