By Emea Riga
The Everseen company, specialized in artificial intelligence, is developing a new center in Romania, where it will have its global headquarters.
The new office of the company, in the west of the country, in Timisoara, will allow the support of the group worldwide, here being the main headquarters of the company, from where the entire research activity will be coordinated in the other three big cities where the company is present: New York, Belgrade and Cork.
“One of the criteria that underpinned the choice of the future headquarters was to have all over 100 employees gathered in one location. Another important aspect was the easy access to services, such as: banks, fitness room, restaurants, post office, etc. Last but not least, it counted on the superior quality of interior and exterior furnishings, ”said Alan O’Herlihy, CEO of Everseen.
The team from Timișoara has over 100 employees and develops technologies to optimize the activity in the retail field, which will be launched on the Romanian market as well.
“Six years ago, we opened our first development lab in Timisoara,” said Alan O’Herlihy, CEO of Everseen. “Currently, our team has over 100 members – many from the Polytechnic University – as part of the growing family at Everseen. We are committed to increasing our presence in Timisoara with more hiring on functions such as software developers, Quality Assurance engineers, Machine Learning researchers, DevOps, SysOps. We consider that the engineers, scientists and mathematicians in Romania are the best in the world and we look forward to working with our team to expand into new global industries, ”added Alan O’Herlihy.
Everseen is a company established in 2008 by Alan O’Herlihy and specializes in software development to reduce losses at retail outlets. The technology developed by Everseen is used by five of the top ten most prolific retailers in the world and is based on video analysis and artificial intelligence to reduce by up to 90% the omissions involved in scanning items, which reach an annual amount $ 90 billion.
By Emea Riga