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I hope you’re having a lovely day!
Just wanted to share one of the recent episodes of Translators On Air that we recorded a couple weeks ago. This time around we had a pleasure of talking to Volodymyr Kukharenko, the CEO of Protemos, a new project management tool for translators.
You can watch the replay right here.
You can also watch/listen on YouTube or SoundCloud below.
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Or if you’re super busy, you can check out some of the highlights below.
Highlights of the Show
1) How can Protemos help freelance translators? (view answer)
2) How does Protemos compare to other tools on the market? (view answer)
3) Protemos is a cloud based solution. Is it safe to use for storing important files and information? (view answer)
You can watch the replay of the entire episode right here.
With a career in translation for over 16 years, Volodymyr Kukharenko advanced from a freelancer to CEO of a translation agency and founder of a software company.
He was translating and self-training as a freelancer, editing and teaching as an editor and managing the pipeline as a project manager. In 2010 he cofounded Technolex Translation Studio which is still one of leading companies in the Ukrainian market.
Having the deep knowledge of the processes in translation companies and the translation industry as a whole, in 2014 he founded Protemos, a software startup to create the new tools for the translation industry which he was missing on his previous positions.
In this episode you will learn:
- What Protemos is and how it can help you be more productive;
- What useful features it already offers and which ones are going to be added in the future;
- Whether it’s safe to use a cloud based solution to store important files and information;
…and much more!
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Hugs from Toronto and Nizhny Novgorod!