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We're not doing this for the first time.

Experience in many industries is a great asset.

Experience is clearly a quality feature in the consulting business. We’ve been around for a really long time. And we’ve been successful for a long time – as the long list of awards below shows. In the last 15 years we have implemented over 600 terminology and translation management projects – in a wide variety of industries. It was always important to us to take the many small steps that lead to great success together with our customers.

Know-how is there to be passed on.

Together with twelve customer companies, we developed the termXpert method in 2009, which enables the optimal entry into terminology work. We have also continuously adapted our terminology management in countless projects together with our customers. Our termXplorer is so good because the experience from many system implementations has flowed into its development – and into every new release. We want to be directly on the questions and problems that arise during terminology work. Because only in this way can we provide answers and solutions that move you forward. Know-how is not there to be accumulated. You have to pass it on. That is why we are with lectures and workshops at meetings and conferences. And that’s why we publish regularly in specialist journals.

Satisfied customers are the best reference.

Ultimately, the only thing that counts is that you are satisfied with us. If you still want to know who we were able to convince with our work before you, here is an overview:

We have a lot to talk about. That's why we write it down regularly.

Even if we don’t really have time, we don’t lie on the lazy side. We publish. In the last decade and a half, a considerable list of publications in renowned specialist publications has come together:

– Herwartz, Rachel; “Help to find (on media data and terminology)”. In: technische Kommunikation, 1/2019

– Herwartz, Rachel; Tillack, Jens: “With TBX to the terminology platform”. In:
technische kommunikation 1/2018

– Brüggemann, Holger; Herwartz, Rachel: “Terminology work in software development”. In: eDITion 2/2017, ed. Deutscher Terminologie-Tag e.V.

– Herwartz, Rachel; Tillack, Jens: “TBX lies between terminology management and terminology checking. A challenge also of a technical nature. “. In: tcworld (ed.) (2017): tekom annual conference and tcworld conference 2016 in Stuttgart – summaries of the presentations, Stuttgart: tcworld.

– Herwartz, Rachel: “Terminology work workflow”. In: Hennig, Jörg and Tjarks-Sobhani, Marita (eds.) (2016): Terminology management for technical documentation. 2, completely revised new edition (= publications on technical communication, volume 21)

– Herwartz, Rachel; Schmitz, Klaus-Dirk: “Collaborative terminology management using the example of the tekom-AG ‘Terminology of Technical Communication” “. In: tcworld (ed.) (2016): tekom annual conference and tcworld conference 2016 in Stuttgart – summaries of the presentations. Stuttgart: tcworld.

– Arndt, Tamara; Herwartz, Rachel: “The terminology officer and the challenge of ‘leading without power'”. In: tcworld (ed.) (2016): tekom annual conference and tcworld conference 2016 in Stuttgart – summaries of the presentations. Stuttgart: tcworld.

– Arndt, Tamara; Herwartz, Rachel: “Terminology and guidelines: company-wide coordination processes”. In: tekom (ed.) (2016): tekom spring conference 2016 in Berlin. Summary of the presentations, Stuttgart: tcworld.

– Herwartz, Rachel; Müller, Wolf: “Terminology as Part of the Product Development Process at John Deere – A Field Report”. In: tekom (Ed.) (2015): tekom Spring Conference 2015 in Darmstadt. Summary of the presentations, Stuttgart: tcworld.

– Arndt, Tamara; Herwartz, Rachel: “Terminology databases – from conception to implementation”. In: tcworld (ed.) (2015): tekom annual conference and tcworld conference 2015 in Stuttgart – summaries of the presentations. Stuttgart: tcworld.

– Arndt, Tamara; Herwartz, Rachel: “Don’t be afraid of Excel: structure, migrate and clean up terminology”. In: tekom (Ed.) (2015): tekom Spring Conference 2015 in Darmstadt. Summary of the presentations, Stuttgart: tcworld.

– Herwartz, Rachel: “And let’s go” (introduce terminology management).
In: technische kommunikation 6/2015

– Herwartz, Rachel: “Consistent and brand conscious”(Arguments for terminology work). In: technische kommunikation 4/2015

– Herwartz, Rachel: “Out and about by bike” (Basic terminology). In: technische kommunikation 3/2015

– Herwartz, Rachel; Schmidt, Ulrich: “Investment in terminology management? Costs, benefits and risks in the product life cycle “. In: Drewer, Petra; Mayer, Felix; Schmitz, Klaus-Dirk (Ed.) (2014): Rights, Returns, Resources. Economic aspects of terminology management. Files of the Mannheim Symposium 27.-29. March 2014. Cologne: German Terminology Day e.V.

– Böcker, Martin et al .: “Module 8: Profitability”. In: German Terminology Day e. V. (DTT) (Ed.) (2014): Terminology work: Best Practices 2.0. Cologne: German Terminology Day e.V.

– Ferrari, Dino et al .: “Module 4: Tools and Technologies”. In: German Terminology Day e. V. (DTT) (Ed.) (2014): Terminology work: Best Practices 2.0. Cologne: German Terminology Day e.V.

– Drewer, Petra et al .: “Module 2: Principles and Methods”. In: German Terminology Day e. V. (DTT) (Ed.) (2014): Terminology work: Best Practices 2.0. Cologne: German Terminology Day e.V.

– Arndt, Tamara; Herwartz, Rachel: “Don’t be afraid of Excel: structure, clean up and migrate terminology”. In: tcworld (ed.) (2014): tekom annual conference and tcworld conference 2014 in Stuttgart – summaries of the presentations. Stuttgart: tcworld.

– Herwartz, Rachel; Schmitt, Günter: “The terminology officer in the company: from lone warrior to project manager”. In: tcworld (ed.) (2013): tekom annual conference and tcworld conference 2013 in Wiesbaden – summaries of the presentations. Stuttgart: tcworld.

– Brüggemann, Holger; Herwartz, Rachel: “Recognized the benefit”(terminology work at Mitutoyo Oberndorf). In: technische
kommunikation 4/2013

– Brüggemann, Holger; Herwartz, Rachel: “With Excel and a checking tool – introduce terminology management and checking across the group”. In: tcworld (ed.) (2012): tekom annual conference 2012 in Wiesbaden – summaries of the presentations. Stuttgart: tcworld.

– Arndt, Tamara; Herwartz, Rachel: “The terminology group: planning and managing company-wide coordination processes”. In: tcworld (ed.) (2012): tekom annual conference 2012 in Wiesbaden – summaries of the presentations. Stuttgart: tcworld.

– Herwartz, Rachel: “Coordinate terminology”. In: technische kommunikation 1/2012

– Herwartz, Rachel; Schachermeier, Axel: “Establishing terminology work – a field report”. In: tekom (Ed.) (2011): Annual Conference 2011 in Wiesbaden – Summaries of the presentations. Stuttgart: tekom.

– Herwartz, Rachel: “When does terminology pay off? Creation of a cost-benefit analysis “, in: technische Kommunikation 5/2011, ed. TEKOM

– Herwartz, Rachel: “This is how your terminology will be future-proof”: in: N ° 1 magazine for translation management 02/2011, ed. EuBuCo Verlag

– Herwartz, Rachel; Schmitt, Günter: “The terminology officer in the company: from lone warrior to project manager”. In: tcworld (ed.) (2013): tekom annual conference and tcworld conference 2013 in Wiesbaden – summaries of the presentations. Stuttgart: tcworld.

– Brüggemann, Holger; Herwartz, Rachel: “Recognized the benefit”(terminology work at Mitutoyo Oberndorf). In: technische
kommunikation 4/2013

– Früh, Beate, Herwartz, Rachel: “Determine profitability of terminology, plausible and profitable”, in: technische kommunikation 4/2009, ed. TEKOM

– Herwartz, Rachel, Pinkernell, U.:“>“, in: technische kommunikation 1/2009, ed. TEKOM

– Herwartz, Rachel: “CrossTerm 4.0 from SP1: What does the revised terminology component bring us?”, in: eDITion 1/2009, ed. DTT

– Herwartz, Rachel:“>” in: Terminology work – from theory to practice“ Ed. Felix Mayer, Uta Seewald-Heeg, publications of the BDÜ 35 (Federal Association of Interpreters and Translators)

– Wöllbrink, Birgit: “Introduction to Terminology Management”, in: WEKA Technical Documentation, Module “Terminology Solutions”, ed. WEKA

– Früh, Beate, Herwartz, Rachel: “Costs and key figures of terminology work in the company – terminology only costs or it also makes a profit”, in: Proceedings DTT Symposion Mannheim “Terminology & Specialized Communication, April 18/19, 2008, ed. DTT

– Herwartz, Rachel: “Terminology work with a system. In 5 steps to successful terminology management “, in: ProkomREPORT, ed. TLN

– Wöllbrink, Birgit: “Tools for terminology management”, in: Terminology work for technical documentation, ed. Jörg Hennig / Marita Tjarks-Sobhani, Writings on Technical Communication, Vol. 12

– Wöllbrink, Birgit:“Ensuring consistency with docuterm. Terminology check – quick and easy? “, in: technische kommunikation 06/08, ed. TEKO

– Herwartz, Rachel: “Nobody falls around the neck”:: Interview with Marco Aeschimann, responsible for the JURA Lexicon, a terminology management system developed in-house, in: technical communication 3/2007, ed. TEKOM

– Herwartz, Rachel: “Terminology management in authoring tools”, in: eDITion 1/2007, ed. DTT (German Terminology Day e.V.)

– Früh, Beate, Herwartz, Rachel: “Determine profitability of terminology, plausible and profitable”, in: technische kommunikation 4/2009, ed. TEKOM

– Herwartz, Rachel, Pinkernell, U.:“>“, in: technische kommunikation 1/2009, ed. TEKOM

– Herwartz, Rachel: “CrossTerm 4.0 from SP1: What does the revised terminology component bring us?”, in: eDITion 1/2009, ed. DTT

– Herwartz, Rachel:“>” in: Terminology work – from theory to practice“ Ed. Felix Mayer, Uta Seewald-Heeg, publications of the BDÜ 35 (Federal Association of Interpreters and Translators)

– Wöllbrink, Birgit: “Introduction to Terminology Management”, in: WEKA Technical Documentation, Module “Terminology Solutions”, ed. WEKA

– Wöllbrink, Birgit: “Trados 7.0: What does the new version promise?”, In: technical communication 6/2005, ed. TEKOM

– Wöllbrink, Birgit: “Across 3.0: new terminology component CrossTerm in the test”, in: technische kommunikation 5/2005, ed. TEKOM

– Herwartz, Rachel: “A market in motion. Internet-based solutions for terminology management “, in: technische kommunikation 4/2005, ed. TEKOM

– Herwartz, Rachel: “Terminology with ‘home remedies’. Simple solutions for terminology management“, in: technische kommunikation 2/2005, ed. TEKOM

– Herwartz, Rachel: “Thinking out loud for a better manual. Lexware program in the user test ”, in: technische kommunikation 6/2004, ed. TEKOM

– Herwartz, Rachel: “Development of a terminology database with ACCESS – using the example of a solution from Furtwangen University of Applied Sciences”, in: Conference proceedings TEKOM autumn conference 2004, Wiesbaden, ed. TEKOM

– Herwartz, Rachel: “Optimization of the translation workflow through exchange formats”, in: Newsletter 2 for the TEKOM autumn conference 2/2004, ed. TEKOM

We are actually rather modest. We do not want to withhold our awards from you.

Would you like to try us out yourself? We look forward to your inquiry.


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