Fast-growing technology consulting and end-to-end solution company DataArt today announced further expansion in Western Europe, with the opening of offices in Munich, Germany and Wroclaw, Poland. The move brings the DataArt global location count to 15.
The Munich office will initially focus on projects in the financial services, media and IoT sectors.
“The European financial industry is going through a serious transformation, where outdated systems are being replaced and disruptive technologies have permeated all areas of the banking sector,” said Steve Pscheid of DataArt Deutschland.
“At the same time, the IoT revolution has changed the thinking and the landscape in many industries, especially in automotive and home appliances. This is a perfect time for DataArt to make its mark in Germany, where many potential clients could benefit from DataArt’s expert service offerings.”
The Wroclaw office opening comes less than a year after DataArt launched its first Polish R&D center in Lublin, which has grown to 100 employees.
“Poland continues to be one of the best choices for DataArt in terms of cultural affinity, technical expertise and cost considerations,” said Mikhail Zavileysky, General Manager at DataArt. “Located in western Poland, Wroclaw was chosen for its reputable Technical University, well known for producing world class engineers. We aim to foster an innovative ecosystem with local universities, advancing our Open Source and R&D projects in the areas of IoT, healthcare and financial technology.”