BUCHAREST (Romania), May 5 (SeeNews) - SoftServe, a tech company founded in Ukraine, said on Thursday that it has opened an office in Romanian capital Bucharest and plans to hire 800 by the end of 2025.
SoftServe has already opened over 80 vacancies in Romania and plans to hire a total 350 by the end of 2022, it said in a press release.
By 2025, the company plans to increase the headcount to 800.
"During the last years, SoftServe has been demonstrating significant growth, as the demand for our services is huge on the global market. Our Global Delivery Expansion strategy includes launching in the new talent markets, that’s why we’ve worked on our expansion to Romania for the last six months," SoftServe EMEA president Volodymyr Semenyshyn said.
SoftServe provides expertise across software engineering, cloud and DevOps, big data and analytics, AI and machine learning, the Internet of Things, experience design, cybersecurity, experience platforms, extended reality (XR), robotics, and innovation platforms. Among its clients are IBM, Cisco, Deutsche Bank, Cloudera. SoftServe is also a trusted partner of AWS, Microsoft, Google Cloud, as well as of Romanian-born unicorn UI Path.
"We’ve gathered top-notch experts in different fields and we are looking forward to sculpting an inclusive and solid engineering community in our Romanian office," SoftServe Romania country manager Dan Adrian Paraschiv said.
Founded in 1993 in Lviv, Ukraine, SoftServe has over 13,000 associates in 41 locations. The company recently opened development centers in Mexico and Colombia after expanding in Poland and Bulgaria in 2014.