For us, it's the big picture.
We focus on long-term relationships.
TermSolutions was founded in 2004. Since then, we have been advising our customers on their terminology management and developing software that supports them. We like to maintain long-term relationships. Most of our employees have been with us from the start, as are many of our customers. Together we have achieved a great deal over the years. We are proud of that.
We offer solutions by terminologists for terminologists.
Our software developers are specialists for open source applications such as Linux, PHP or Python and for the Microsoft products Office, SharePoint and Visual Studio. All are trained by us. They know the standards of terminology work and know exactly how to develop a product so that it meets your requirements. Our solutions are made by terminologists for terminologists. And you will notice that immediately.
We have been doing virtual project management for years.
Like our customers, our employees are spread all over Germany. Our main locations are in Cologne and on Lake Constance. We work together for years almost exclusively virtual – and now also agile. We have several certified SCRUM masters and product owners among us. We are optimally networked and available at any time. And we also know exactly what we’re talking about when we Tell you how to optimize your project management.
We only coach on what we are really good at.
As consultants and coaches, we are experts in our field. We not only have a great deal of specialist knowledge that we share with you in tutorials, workshops, lectures and publications. We also all have years of practical experience from countless customer projects that we pass on to you. And the best thing about it: We get better with every project.
We stay curious.
We also want to keep learning. That’s why we stay curious. We are active in science and research. With neural machine translation, we are not only opening up really exciting new territory for ourselves and you. We also have a compelling argument for the need for systematic terminology work. Because what ultimately counts for us is the big picture.