Case studies

Case Study: Via Language, a leading provider of translation and localization services in the USA, switches from SDL Trados to Déjà Vu.

Nic McMahon, EVP of Professional Services with VIA, has worked in localization for more than 15 years including VP roles at SDL, Lionbridge and Jonckers where he helped develop language technology solutions and bring them to market. Mr McMahon was responsible for naming SDL’s initial TM product, SDLX. Now at VIA, Nic leads an operations team focused on global learning, legal and LEP content through a large, globally dispersed operations team on three continents. VIA has consistently outpaced industry growth and profitability by focusing on high automation, efficient tools usage and global resourcing best practices.

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ATÜ “Déjà Vu is as efficient as its customer service"

Montserrat Daemisch-Falgueras is the General Manager of Arbeitsgemeinschaft Technischer Übersetzer (ATÜ), a company that was founded approximately 11 years ago, though by that time she already had many years of experience as a freelance translator, starting in the late seventies. Today ATÜ can count among its customers companies of the caliber of Siemens, Volkswagen and Audi. Montserrat talked to us about her experience with Déjà Vu X over the years and how it has influenced her company's success.

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Case Study: A success story with Déjà Vu in Scandinavia, Samtext.

“In 2007 our turnover was 3 million EUR; before implementing Déjà Vu it was 164000 EUR/year.” Samtext was founded in 1996 with just two translators who had an innovative mindset and wanted to go a step beyond other small translation agencies. They were aware of their
needs and weak spots, and Déjà Vu did the rest. Nowadays Samtext is a successful company which has expanded to several other countries and has more than 3 million Euros of turnover every year. Trond Samstad, The Managing Director of Samtext, has told us Samtext’s story.

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Case Study: ifm electronic, a leading manufacturer in the automation industry, decided to switch to Déjà Vu, which has met all their needs and surpassed them

ifm electronic is a leading manufacturer in the automation industry worldwide . Since the company’s foundation in 1969, ifm electronic has been setting new standards in almost all industries with the optimisation of technological processes. More than 3,000 employees in more than 70 countries develop cutting-edge solutions for 90,000 customers in manufacturing industries.

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Custom Productivity Analysis for Europraxis

We are delighted to provide you with this complimentary Productivity Analysis, which illustrates how your company could benefit from investing in Déjà Vu X. It is a realistic estimate designed to provide you with worthwhile support rather than optimistic claims. Please do not hesitate to get back in touch when you have read it, either to request further information or to investigate how best to deploy and customize the product to make the most of its powerful technologies and functions.

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