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Company Structure

Arabize is a matrix structured company. The matrix organization type assigns each worker to two bosses in two different hierarchies. One is "functional" and assures that each type of expert (or employee) in the organization is well-trained and assessed by a boss who is super-expert in the same field. The other is "executive" and ensures that projects get completed using the experts.

In Arabize, each project utilizes people from different functional areas. In our matrix structure, and depending upon the needs of a certain project, individual staff members from different departments will be selected as project team to work together. The executive head (Project Manager) decides what task is to be done and at what time. Whereas, the functional head (Department Manager) determines the people who will work on the project.

Accordingly, each employee reports to two heads. The employee reports to the Functional/Department Manager if he/she faces any problem concerning the job and its instructions, or for training purposes, etc. While an employee’s reporting to a certain Project Manager is project-based only. That is to say, he/she receives the work files from the project manager, follows the set schedule, and delivers the finished files to the Project Manager.

Consequently, each Functional/Department Manager will share/join in administrating, allocating and managing his/her staff with the project managers in order to fulfill project objectives.

Arabize acquired the European standard EN15038:2006 translation certification                             Arabize Participated in Gitex Riyadh, April 2009                             Arabize Participated in Gitex Dubai, October 2009                             Arabize participated in Localization World San Francisco, October 2009                            Arabize participated in ATA 50th Annual conference New York, October 2009                            Arabize participated in TC World Wiesbaden, November 2009