We translate texts in 100+ language pairs, using state-of-the-art language technology tools.
Professional language mediation at conferences, negotiations and business meetings.
So much more than just translating. Its objective is to bridge language and cultural gaps. Let us help you communicate with your partners!
Gábor Erős, Vodafone Magyarország Zrt.
„The reason I like working with EDIMART is that they never miss a deadline, even if it is a last-minute job.
In fact, they often send the completed translations before the agreed deadline.”
Tamás Gyarmati and Emese Nagy, Rail Cargo Hungaria
“In a fast-changing world, speed, accuracy, flexibility and meeting deadlines are crucial for our company.
The EDIMART team is able to provide all we need. It’s a company with exceptionally helpful staff members.”
Éva Andrási, Porsche Hungaria
“We found EDIMART on a recommendation; we were looking for a professional agency with experience in automotive-related translation, and that could deal with xliff files easily. Our expectations were considerably exceeded; their contact persons are competent and kind, they are quick and accurate, and always available. Their translators are fast and their translations are excellent, they quickly recognized what our needs were, and were able to adapt to our special language requirements.”
Edit and Márta. Two sisters. One economist and one interpreter. Both of them language freaks. Learning languages is their hobby. In 2004, this shared passion set them off, or rather drove them together.
EDIMART starts its operations as a home office, and the two sisters managed translation projects. They strive to be perfect in every field, and though they believe luck is on their side, Because starting your own business is never easy.
They love every moment, since the very first one. Soon they were called “baby tigers”, and it took less than two years to have a real office with two project managers. Like that time they moved to a much larger office – enough for the team which had grown 7 strong. But home field success is worth nothing if you can’t win on the road – so they dipped their feet in international waters, attracting more and more clients abroad. And so the company grew… until, in 2014, they found the once huge office too small once again, and relocated to a 160m2 office spacious enough to accommodate the staff of 12.
More than ten years passed since the beginning. The home office has become a large office; the two sisters employ 12 people. The main workflows are managed by an operations manager, a vendor manager and a sales manager. Edit and Márta cannot lie back and relax, although sometimes they just want to sit on their laurels, in quiet contemplation. The well of new ideas and challenges will never go dry… thank goodness, since continuous development is EDIMART’s lifeblood.
Owner, Production Manager
All my life I’ve felt most comfortable when I was in a diverse and multi-lingual environment. I often muse about how so many languages could have developed in the world and think it a miracle when people of different mother tongues can begin to communicate, thanks to a shared language or an intermediary. Not a single day goes by when this fails to come to mind. I could not imagine a better job than this; I love this profession, along with all its challenges.
It all started with language learning. I realized quite early that foreign languages relax me, they entertain and fascinate me. Moreover they allow me to go native, which I find so thrilling. I love working on plans, coming up with new things, moving things forward. I believe in collaboration, in innovation and, most of all, in the next generation. I am very proud of EDIMART. It’s the best decision my sister and I have ever made. I love my job, it is very inspiring.
University of Szeged – work experience while travelling abroad – multinational environment back at home: there you have the brief summary of my past few years.
Meanwhile lots of learning, teaching,obtaining a German translator degree and the recognition that languages mean more to me than a hobby. As regards work: teamwork, hard work, motivated colleagues around me, curiosity, quality, good atmosphere. As regards anything else: friends, movies, books, travelling, rosé, teaching German, cats, spinning „If there is any one secret of success, it lies in the ability to get the other person’s point of view and see things from that person’s angle as well as from your own.” (Henry Ford)
Senior Project Manager
I am a hopeless TV series junky, an obsessed nature lover and one of the team members of the Budapest pub quiz championship. When I am not managing projects, you may find me in my hometown where I can really chill out or I might be singing ‘80s or ‘90s hits at a karaoke party with my friends. Traveling is my passion. My friends and I spot a destination none of us has ever been before and we hit the road. Nobody can stop us.
Junior Project Manager
Since I was a child I passionately loved reading. This is why I had an interest in learning languages. I studied in Szeged where besides English I started to learn Russian and obtained a certificate as a translator and interpreter. During my years at the university I was teaching English for children. I really loved it, it’s in my blood, since my parents also are teachers. I joined EDIMART during the autumn of 2016 right after finishing my studies. Here I had the chance to meet people who are fond of languages just like me and with whom the day passes in a great atmosphere.
What makes EDIMART special for me? I’ve learnt a lot since I started to work here: the importance of persistence, efficiency, diplomacy and the ability of being well-organized. I can utilize these abilities in my private life too. How do I make EDIMART special? I’ve been working here for over 9 years, I usually am in the leading role of our anecdotes. I always have something nice to say, and even if we work hard, they can be sure that I have some good punch lines for them to laugh at. When I’m not working, I’m with my family. And if I finally have some free time on my own, I go for a run, do some kettlebell exercises, sing in the local choir, or enjoy the nightlife of Budapest with friends.
Junior Language Engineer
Greetings! My name is David, an outlaw, a vivant and a philosopher. I like to spend my free time sitting under a sunshade thinking about what kind of beer should I drink while I wonder on the biggest concerns of life. I always try to live my life as the following word which turned out to be the “quote” what I can really relate to. That word is the “tomorrow”. Do you know why? Because I believe that tomorrow is responsible for a mythical land where 99% of human productivity, motivation and achievement are stored….
I have been always fascinated by the world’s diversity. My interests have never been specific, I always wanted to do everything at once. I equally enjoyed solving equations, memorizing poems, climbing the rope, painting, reading books, and learning languages. Versatility has been the main motif of my life – let it be music, food, travelling or work. I have been a translator, interpreter and project manager before. My attention is hard to keep, I am looking for new challenges all the time – this is why I love being the Vendor Manager at EDIMART – new tasks are awaiting me every day. We always make it through the stressful periods with the help of our sense of humour, I strongly believe that laughter is the best remedy.
Junior Project Manager
Since I always loved reading and learning languages, I always knew I wanted to have a job where I could have an advantage of these. I am thrilled to work in such a dynamic, challenging and exciting environment created by EDIMART. I also love travelling and encountering different cultures. I am deeply fond of animals, except for bugs and spiders which make me run for my life. At the moment instead of having a pet I try to compensate myself by having plants, so in my free time I also like to do some gardening on my balcony.
People always say that I’m a legal alien because for me numbers and paragraphs are what count. After a short calculation I decided to become an accountant, specialising in public and entrepreneurial finance. I have been a member of the EDIMART Team since September 2015, which is a slightly different setup but I enjoy it immensely because the numbers translate the same in all languages. I am also a part-time “cheer leader”: when it comes to humour I know no joke. And while we are at jokes, puns are the best way to make people smile.
When I’m not chasing payments, I like volunteering, attending dance step classes and youth programmes, watching movies and playing beach handball.
Sales and Account Executive
I believe that every person we encounter and all the things we experience in our lives influence our personalities. Working as a sales person I am grateful to get know so many different fields and people. Conversations, questions and answers, attention, sense of humour and cooperation – these words define me. The endless curiosity and psychology play a crucial role in my life. I am passionate about foreign languages, different cultures, discovering new countries, music and gastronomy. Long conversations about the world, cultural programs and adventurous trips are warmly welcomed. Flowers, children and a good coffee always make my day.
When I was asked what I wanted to be when I grew up, the answer was more than obvious: a teacher. As time came, it seemed to be a natural choice to start my German and Latin studies at the university and graduate as a language teacher. I felt the courage to study languages and the passion for foreign cultures throughout my childhood. Attaining a degree in translation, I also tried myself as a German to Hungarian translator. I worked as translation project manager for over 10 years, and received my next degree, this time in economics. Lately, my enthusiasm was motivated more and more by the elegance of language engineering. But, this did not interfere with my devotion to teaching and always enjoyed mentoring my junior colleagues.
Teddy is our only furry and irreplaceable team member responsible for stress relief and a good atmosphere in the office. It is also his duty to welcome our guests with a waggling tail.