Everyone likes appraisal now and then, so I was quite happy to receive an email the past weekend from a customer that said the the end customer had given this feedback: ”the quality was excellent.”
The email from my customer ends:
”Thanks again for your wonderful work and have nice weekend!”
This makes the start of a perfect Monday. 🙂
At the last minute before Christmas I am finishing some Adobe translations and proofing some Sony texts. I also want to wish you all Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
I have been selected Featured Pro on Proz, which means I am on display on the main page of Proz. This is how it looks – in the left hand column:
A most well composed article by Nataly Kelly kills ten very common myths about translation. Well worth reading!
Clearing up the Top 10 Myths About Translation
I suddenly realized I have forgotten to say thanks to Jennifer Evans, who has helped me do an extra round of proofing of the English part of my company web site. It was originally written by an English speaking person, later on updated by me, and now yet again proofed by another English speaking person. I am very grateful for the small, but important, improvements made by her. This goes to show that a text cannot be improved enough, there are always some details that can be polished. Thanks, Jennifer!
Today I visited the Business event in Vallentuna, talking to a number of local companies and presenting my own offers. There were many exhibitors that targeted new entrepreneurs with coaching, financial and banking services. The most promising contact for me was a highly technical and specialized enterprise. Lunch was served in the college’s student canteen, which brought back memories from a long way back.
Yesterday I was invited to a customer event together with a few more select suppliers to give feedback and input on their new supplier system to-be. It was a very pleasant and constructive meeting, and I believe many of our suggestions and opinions were well received.
I am looking forward to seeing the result in Q1 or so. Afterwards we all enjoyed a nice lunch.
Now the English part of the web is up and running too. If you see anything weird, a non-functioning link or anything else, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
We are now also using the CAT tool MemoQ for projects that are better suited for that tool.
The Heljesten Dokumentation AB web site is in the process of getting a new look and feel. We are starting with the Swedish part of the site, but the plan is to have the English part up and running soon too.