I help SMEs, and large enterprises achieve business excellence and enable them to digital transformation through
- Knowledge management
- Standardization of terminology/metadata
- Networking strategy
- Optimization of multilingual processes
Azadeh and I worked on two different Energy from Waste (EfW) projects, one in Mallorca (ES) and a second one in Giubiasco (CH). On these two projects the work of Azadeh was of great meaning and a big support for the project team. For these projects we had to deliver the Operating Manual (OM) in Spanish and Italian respectively. We speak here of 400 folders with all kind of documentation, drawings, etc. with technical words. A successful delivery of these OM in the desired foreign language can only be achieved if a big deal of work in the field of Terminology and Translation is made previously and carefully. Here is where the work of Azadeh was a real success in these projects.Dr. Sergio Escudero
Azadeh Eshaghi supported us competently and solution-oriented during an important phase in the development of the terminology database as well as in the design of our terminology guideline and terminology processes. In particular, her anticipatory view of the whole picture and her expert knowledge enabled us to find useful and coherent solutions for us.
I am happy to recommend Azadeh Eshaghi as a consultant for terminology management. Working with Azadeh has always been refreshing and enriching. Thank you very much for the pleasant cooperation.
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