By Jerom Bolt
The American company Coherent Solutions, with a turnover of over 76 million dollars, announced that it is opening a research and development center in Romania and wants to hire over 150 software specialists, by 2023.
“Coherent Solutions, a company specialized in the development of software products and consulting services, with a turnover of over 76 million dollars, enters the Romanian market and opens its first office in Bucharest. The company is in full recruitment process. proposed that by the end of the year it should reach a team of over 30 IT specialists “, the company informed.
“The R&D center in Romania comes after we opened two more centers in Lithuania and Ukraine at the beginning of this year, respectively, and perfectly complete our expansion plan in Central and Eastern Europe. Even if the pandemic forced us to think and work differently, we chose not to postpone this opening and to invest in the development of a team in Bucharest “, says Igor Epshteyn, president and chief executive officer.
Globally, Coherent Solutions has a team of more than 1,500 employees, experts in the development of customized products and solutions, such as web and mobile applications, DevOps and emerging data services and technologies such as blockchain and IoT – with more than 1,000 projects completed in the last 25 years.
“The IT sector remains in Romania, even in the context of the pandemic, an extremely competitive and attractive one for international companies. And we have big and serious plans for Romania – we want to reach a team of over 150 professionals by 2023 and to explore as much as possible the area of technologies used “, says Alina Şandru, general manager of Coherent Solutions Romania.
The recruitment for positions in Bucharest is ongoing, those interested can find more details by accessing the careers page on the company’s website.
Coherent Solutions is a software solutions and consulting services company with over 1,500 employees in seven global locations. Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the six development centers are located in Belarus, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Romania and Ukraine.
By Jerom Bolt