Our history

TechInput Inc. translation agency was established in 1999 in Houston (Texas, USA). In the space of 18 years it has developed into a major international company with a dominant position on the oil & gas translation market.

The Company has built up experience in the field of technical translation, recruited and trained highly specialized experts and developed a terminology data base, rapidly gaining recognition amongst its clients and partners.

We are proud of what we have achieved, but always strive to do more!

2013   TechInput LLC becomes the official co-author of the Russian national quality standard for technical translation.

2013   A long-term skills enhancement programme is launched in all the Company’s subdivisions. Employees of its Russian office are regularly sent to specialized training courses in the United States.

2012   For the convenience of clients, the Company opens a new office with conference rooms in central Moscow (Stoleshnikov Pereulok 11, Office 212).

2010   All subdivisions of TechInput begin using Trados Studio 2009 Pro, specialized translation software.  The Company is certified under the new version of the ISO 9001-2008 standard.

2009   TechInput opens a new head office in New York, USA. A common information centre for accounting, control and operational management based on the 1S automated management system is developed and deployed.

2008   A study of the translation services market by the Localization Industry Standards Association (LISA) names TechInput as one of the five biggest translation companies in Russia.

2005   TechInput Inc. group devises and introduces to world translation practice an integrated translation quality management system.

2004   TechInput receives ISO 9001:2000 and IQnet international quality certificates, becoming the first translation company in Russia certified simultaneously for both written translation and interpretation.

2002   TechInput Inc. subsidiary TechInput LLC opens in Moscow, employing professional linguists, reservoir engineers, geophysicists and geologists, including English native speakers. Following the parent company’s example, TechInput uses the very latest hardware and software to perform translations in all types of engineering software, together with its proprietary automated management system for translation business processes.

1999   Boris Aronstein opens the TechInput Inc. translation agency in Houston, Texas. The agency specializes in translations for the oil & gas industry.