What is Babelprojekt? Who can use it and how? Would it be good for me and my organization? If so, can I request changes to be made in order to make this SaaS solution, the service and/as the software fitting better my needs?
Some people think there are no stupid questions. And we think so, too! It is one of the most important things you need to put in practice if you want to develop: to keep looking – and keep asking. Even if something seems to be almost too obvious, there is always an almost there. The other parameter of development is to adjust to changes, furthermore, if you are an advanced user, to initiate and implement changes. The team behind Babelprojekt is following both principles to give translation agencies and language departments wings to fly – and achieve huge things.
So the answer to the first question mentioned at the beginning of this post: Babelprojekt is an SaaS (software as a service) solution, an online, cloud-based and highly secured tool for translation agencies and language departments all around the word.
Second question: who can use it and how? Here’s the answer: translators, proofreaders and project managers of the mentioned organizations.
Hereby we already answered the third question, so let’s jump to the last one. The answer is: yes. That is why Babelprojekt team is committed to continuous improvement: we are eager to hear your needs, and to implement features that could make your work as effective as possible. So ultimately, here’s how we can help you: do let us know your circumstances, your everyday issues and let us do the hard work for you. So that you can just lay back, do your job without any irritating issues caused by your work environment (like the annoying issues of the softwares you are using or the frustrating amount of e-mails), deliver flawless work to your clients and be the best at what you’re doing.
Do you have any further questions? Check our FAQ, search for tickets or open a new one. If you don’t want any of these, you still have an option: contact us and tell us how you’re doing!10