We are XTM International and our product is XTM.
XTM is currently the leading web 2.0 complete translation environment. XTM is powerful but simple to use: project managers can easily create, monitor and manage projects while translators, reviewers and terminologists can utilise the powerful fully-featured translation environment. By making use of this simple to use, yet powerful web technology, our customers increase productivity, reduce costs and decrease through-put times.
Opening of an American Office, with the hiring of US Sales Director, Bill Willette2011
XTM International welcomes new recruits as our development team expands further2011
Release of sub-contracting features for LSPs and Enterprise customers, with the release of XTM v6.02010
New customer: Zynga2010
XTM Cloud a true SaaS solution launched to much aclaim2009
New developers: Arek, Patryk and Tytus join the company2009
AMD chose XTM2008
OAXAL Proposed as a standard2008
Developed Transibar - client facing Translation portal for Scripware.2007
Partnership with XTRF (www.xtrf.eu)2007
Development and sales team moved to dedicated offices in Poznan.2007
OAXAL First presented at the CMS Strategy conference in Boston.2006
Development and testing team in Poland expanded to 8.2006
Spell checking web service added to translator environment.2006
GMX Volume published for public comment.2005
XTM integrated with Lingo24’s internal systems.2005
Xml:tm unanimously accepted by LISA OSCAR as the basis for a LISA OSCAR standard.2005
Dutch translation services company Scriptware BV and leading UK translation service provider Lingo24 invest in XML-INTL.2005
XTM integrated with X-Hive’s Docato to create DocZone, an ASP multilingual content management system.2004
Seminal article on xml:tm published by O'Reilly on www.xml.com to wide interest and acclaim.2004
XML-INTL provides the architecture for the LISA OSCAR Global Information Management Metrics eXchange (GMX) proposed standard promising to bring sanity to word and character counts.2004
Version 1 of XTM our implementation of xml:tm released.2004
XML-INTL joins the OASIS XML Localization Exchange File Format (XLIFF) Technical Committee.2004
Version 1 of web based translation editor released.2004
Paper on xml:tm presented at the XML Europe and US conferences.2004
Bartek Bogacki and Wojtek Jęczalik, based in Poznań in Poland, join the company.2003
XML-INTL joins the OASIS Translation Web Services Technical Committee.2003
Paper on xml:tm concept presented at LISA Europe Conference.2002
XML-INTL founded by Andrzej Zydron and Bob Willans to promote xml:tm, a radical new approach to translating XML documents.
XML-INTL Ltd was formed in the UK in 2002. To bring our company name and product brand into line we changed our name to XTM International Limited in 2010.
Our head office is in Gerrards Cross, 30 minutes from London. Our development, testing and support teams are based in Poznan, Poland. Our focus is on the development, marketing and support of our software and providing localisation and XML consultancy. This makes us a truly independent software developer, as we do not provide translation services.