Old habits die hard…

While this saying contains more than a grain of truth… it doesn’t mean you have to get stuck in a routine. A quick look around at the market may reveal that your colleagues in the industry are paying less, achieving higher margins and likely a larger income. It’s not magic or rocket science, but a valuable solution prepared by a team of experienced people who understand your needs, expectations and are aware of the goals you set for yourself and your organization. We call this solution “Translation Management Software”.

Translation Management Software – a valuable solution prepared by a team of experienced people
who understand your needs, expectations and are aware of the goals you set for yourself and your organization.

Suddenly, there’s room to handle more projects at the same time as before, with new areas of development open as well. Automation of repetitive tasks, centralized and organized data and dedicated software developed by people who understand what it’s all about – this is what you’ve been missing.

While the decision of choosing the appropriate software to help you with your business can be tough, the hardest step is almost behind you. With your judgment and experience as your guide, navigating these waters shouldn’t prove too difficult.

The implementation process is like a guided tour through a place
that maybe you’ve never been to but looks kind of familiar.

Once the dust has settled and the TMS is chosen, the next big step is to start the implementation process. Those nagging thoughts such as – “it’s a huge project with a lot of decisions to be made, documents to be filled out and questions to be answered” can be daunting. But think of it like this, the implementation process is like a guided tour through a place that maybe you’ve never been to, but looks kind of familiar. You know what you want – a flexible and adjustable tool with the potential to deliver the results you want, to help your people work more comfortably and give you data security, centralization, and easy management. Many areas to be addressed, but remember that you’re not alone in this process. The implementation is led by an experienced project manager who has successfully brought many, many smiles to the faces of clients around the world. And it all becomes easier when you focus on that.

Knowledge and experience is the key to success. This is a universal truth.
But in the case of implementing software, I would add this – cooperation and trust.

Knowledge and experience is the key to success. This is a universal truth. But in the case of implementing software, I would add this – cooperation and trust. Different companies, different countries, and different cultures have prepared us this. Let the project manager and their team be your guide. You’re in good hands, and you’ll find that the fear and potential frustration were all worth it in the end.

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Oskar Malina
Customer Relations Director
I have 5+ years of experience in communication with individual clients as well as 4 years in business to business communication. Since almost 2 years I am managing two integrated teams: Project Managers and Customer Successes Managers. I am characterised by the ease of communication and attention to detail. The ability of logical and analytical thinking allows me to face the appearing challenges with a fresh, more friendly perspective. I believe that work based on processes is important, however leaving space for common sense is just as essential. Open mind, resourcefulness, creativity and a sense of humour are not only my character traits but something that I value in people that surround me.
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