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Organization Profile

Organization Overview

itl Institut für technische Literatur AG

Headquarters

Elsenheimerstr. 65
Munich, D-80687
Germany


Telephone: +49 89 89 26 23-0
Website: www.itl.eu

Organization Overview

itl has been engaged in technical documentation since 1982. After starting out as a small "documentation shop", itl has grown steadily from a pioneer to an experienced partner for consultation and support in all areas of technical communications. With approximately 100 employees and a global network of freelancers and partners, we offer expertise and customer proximity. We support you from our main office in Munich and from our subsidiaries and branch offices in Vienna (A), Kreuzlingen (CH), Stuttgart and Cottbus. Profit from our 30 years of experience and our quality management system, which is certified compliant with DIN EN ISO 9001.

Products and Services

Subtitling and Captioning, Compilation & Engineering, Consulting, Content Development, Content Management Systems, DTP, Globalization Management System, Glossaries / Dictionaries / Terminology, Internationalization, Localization, Machine Translation, Multimedia Localization, Staffing, QA Testing, Research / Publications, Software Localization, Tools or Technology Development, Training Services, Translation

Sector

Aerospace, Automotive, Banking/Finance, Construction/Manufacturing, Consumer Products, Education/Training, Energy/Utilities, Entertainment/Gaming, Graphic Arts, Hospitality/Tourism, Industrial Automation, E-commerce, Legal/IP/Patent, Marketing/Communications, Medical/Pharma/Healthcare, Packaging/Distribution, Software, Telecommunications

Organization Type

Vendor of Language Products or Services

Press Releases

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itl and Häfele complete optimization of a complex translation and review process

For the translation of the new edition of the 2012 Häfele "Furniture and Hardware Fittings" catalog, process costs for Häfele were reduced by around...

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