Monika Antunovics


Monika Antunovics started work as a test engineer while still studying for her computer science degree in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Not long after graduating she moved to Ireland to join Microsoft as a Hungarian and Slovenian language specialist, combining her interest in technology and languages. Ten years ago she moved to Hungary to work as a local program manager for the Windows development team. She joined Kilgray in 2013 as a software architect. She is currently designing many of memoQ’s new features.

memoQ 2014, tips and tricks for translators and PMs
  • Speed up project creation with templates.
  • Keep track of images with the image localization function.
  • Have a better overview of your projects with the new Translations tab.
  • Speed up work with tags with the improved tag insertion function.
  • Store your terminology in the cloud with TaaS.