This has been an important year for InText. We have signed some important contracts and taken on big projects to shape the development of the company. There have been moments of success, including events like the InText Forum, Translation Forum Russia 2012 and Localization World Conference. There has been time for contemplation as InText turned ten years old in 2012.
At the staff level, some significant changes have taken place. In addition to a 30% growth in the number of personnel, the structure of our company has also transformed. Kirill Fedotov, Head of the Sales and PM Department in the past, took the position of Chief Operating Officer. Anna Kraineva was promoted to the Head of the Project Management Department.
To cater to the growing needs our key clients and deliver according to their expectations, InText created the position of Account Manager. Natalia Danilchuk, previously Senior Project Manager, was appointed to the position. The company has continued to enhance the DTP department this year and by brining new team members aboard and with Alexey Netrebko appointed as the head of the department.
All the implementations were part of the diversification and reinforcement plan that will be a key element of our growth strategy in 2013.
This year, InText will keep the focus on controlling quality objectives and tailoring its management system by the introduction of new surveys and new metrics within the framework of multisource assessment implementation.
For our partners and suppliers, InText has worked hard to create a more secure and friendly web platform. The InText Forum that we held in the spring was a great way to collect valuable feedback about functionality of the platform and we have been steadily working on refining it ever since. There are still plenty of improvements to make this year.
Stanislav Kalenyuk, InTextís CEO pointed out that 2012 was an important year. "Last year was full of revelations and insights. We will make use of it this year to make InText even stronger."
"Quality, measurable quality will remain our primary interest this year. We have raised the bar and will put our efforts into reaching it," said Kirill Fedotov.
"The HR department was actively growing and working on new projects in 2012. We are about to launch a new HR oriented website to make the recruitment process more effective and welcome newcomers to the InText team," said Maryna Bogdan, the Head of HR and Marketing Department. "Another grand project that we are actively working on is Ukrainian Translation Industry Conference (UTIC). We find it extremely important, at this stage, to help the Ukrainian translation industry grow and reach a more advanced level. The UTIC will be the first step towards a brighter future for the industry."
We want to thank all of our clients for their trust and understanding and all of our partners and vendors for professionalism and support.
A detailed overview of 2012 is in the infographics below:
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