About

OOONA's Story

OOONA.Net Ltd was founded in 2012 with the aim to develop professional management and production tools to service the localization industry. OOONA Manager is the brainchild of the company’s founding team, a cloud-based system for managing translation, subtitling and captioning workflows in a user-centric approach.

Several years in operation to date, OOONA Manager is continuously enhanced with new features, and is the platform of choice for both small and medium-sized, as well as global language service providers, and currently processes tens of thousands of projects on a monthly basis.

OOONA is committed to delivering high-quality products, able to address any subtitling or captioning need, and so compliments its management platform with a suite of high-end web-based production tools, known as OOONA Tools. With a modular, pay-as-you-go pricing model, users can pick and choose the tools they require for their business, for the creation, translation, review, and burning of subtitles and captions, or their conversion to any industry format. Well-defined and thoroughly tested, with a 24/7 helpdesk and frame-accurate streaming, OOONA delivers top-of-the-line, cutting-edge technology products that are trusted and used by thousands of users in over 50 countries around the world.

The latest compliment to the company’s offering is OOONA’s Cloud, a reliable and secure solution (ISO 27001 certified) for both small and large enterprises, offering OOONA’s international clientele a complete, high-performing and instantly scalable localization solution, and peace of mind regarding the hosting and backup of their data.

OOONA's offer

  • Artboard 16 Instant and full visibility over the localization workflow
  • Artboard 16 Complete with integrated financial tools and project dashboards
  • Artboard 16 Facilitating hand-offs between project managers
  • Artboard 16 Creating backups of all active work
  • Artboard 16 Allowing different access levels for company staff and end clients
  • Artboard 16 Eliminating duplication of effort
  • Artboard 16 Minimizing the scope of human error