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Ness Opens Second Technology Innovation Center In Romania

Timisoara Campus Will Tap Region’s Rich Talent Pool

To help its customers accelerate digital transformation initiatives and capitalize on the massive potential of Ness logodigital business, Ness Software Engineering Services (SES) is opening its second Technology Innovation Center in Romania. The new campus, located in Timisoara, enables Ness to tap into an abundant talent pool in Romania that includes deep automotive industry expertise and experience aligning big data and consumer-facing applications to develop and deliver solutions that create more engaging user experiences.

“Timisoara extends our global footprint and commitment to Central and Eastern Europe as a region rich with talent. As we know from the continued success and growth of our teams in Iasi, Romania and Kosice, Slovakia, this region is especially tuned into the pace and changing requirements of the digital economy,” said Paul Lombardo, Ness SES CEO. “Through this new campus, we’re bringing together engineers with a wide range of valuable expertise, especially in automotive, and this will be exciting as connected cars rapidly lead us toward an era of connected everything.”

The Ness Timisoara Technology Innovation Center officially opens in January 2016. Consistent with the company’s experience in its other Central and Eastern European centers, Ness expects to grow the Timisoara location to 400 or more employees over the next four years. In addition to focusing on the automotive industry and DACH (German, Austria, Switzerland) countries, the facility will attract talent skilled in high-performance systems, functional programming such as C and C++, and big data from marketing/online advertising.

Octavian Tanase, Ness SES associate VP of Delivery, will oversee the new center in collaboration with management from the company’s Iasi location.

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