AATC – Austrian Association of Translation Companies
AATC – A platform for professionally certified translation companies in Austria
Exports are the driving force behind the Austrian economy
Austria’s economy is export-oriented. That is why there is strong demand among most Austrian companies for professional, multilingual business communications. Creating effective and efficient multilingual communication strategies and tools is a challenging and complex task even for experienced professionals. This key management concern calls for strategic planning and implementation.
Multilingualism as management strategy
The AATC is a platform designed to save domestic, export-oriented companies from unpleasant and sometimes costly surprises and to make accessing high-quality translation management services easier. All AATC members are professional service providers who have been certified for translation in accordance with the European standard ÖNORM EN 15038 and ISO 17100. For the experts at AATC member companies, strategic planning, project consulting, documentation management, project documentation, terminology and translation databases, and automated and integrated translation processes are simply a matter of course.
The companies belonging to the AATC aim to optimise daily workflows for you, our clients, and minimise time spent on the production of multi-language projects, whether for internal materials, to go to print, or for online use. We will work with you to eliminate any potential sources of error, realise long-term savings in your overall production costs and, at the same time, improve the quality of your texts.
We are equally conscious of our responsibilities as a partner to professionally trained freelance translators and their respective professional associations. We consider them to be important partners in the work we do together every day producing optimal outcomes for our clients. Along with higher education programmes, we are committed to supporting practice-oriented professional training for the newest generations of translators.