Technological innovation from Osijek.
As Poslovni Dnevnik/Saša Paparella writes on the 19th of March, 2018, Sinonim, an Osijek based agency, is offering a wide range of services related to all things publishing.
The agency Sinonim from Osijek is one of the few agencies of its kind that deals exclusively with publishing services such as proofreading, localisation and copywriting, as well as desktop publishing.
As a result of the Croatian agency’s abilities, many renowned clients from both home and abroad, including Microsoft, HP, Optima Telekom and Valamar Riviera, took up their various professional services.
Sinonim cooperates with agencies and companies from all over the world and has therefore been able to successfully expand their translation and language services to almost all world languages, and have recently opened their new office in Osijek’s European Avenue (Europska Avenija).
“We want to bring the importance of presenting products and services in languages of different markets that offer outstanding business opportunities closer. We’re convinced that the key for the successful business of all companies is the quality of expression, because it entices the trust of the customer, and gives business partners the impression of professionalism and expertise,” stated Igor Jurić, Direct of the flowering Osijek based agency.
Every day, Sinonim communicates with numerous agencies and companies across the territory of the European Union, China, Korea and the United States of America, thanks to the introduction of the latest translation technology. They have introduced a desktop publishing service with which clients receive visual material (various brochures, leaflets, etc.) translated in their original format, enabling the client to receive a service that includes translation as well as graphic design itself.
Sinonim also deals with the localisation of video games, and have successfully localised video games in Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Brazilian Portuguese, German, Spanish, French, Italian and Russian languages.
Due to the rapidly expanding workload, the agency is planning to hire several language and marketing specialists to help.