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Sunday, 04.12.2016, 03:58
As the new Vilnius office of Exadel, an international software engineering company, opens its doors, the company has announced ambitious plans to grow its operations in Lithuania. The US-based company currently employs over 50 specialists in Lithuania, and is now planning to recruit a further 150 staff in the coming two years. This recruitment drive is part of a long-term, five-year development plan for which the company plans to invest €19 million.
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Companies will focus on IoT solutions for smart city and industrial/manufacturing customers, with initial offerings planned for early 2017. Partnership strengthens portfolios of both companies and go-to-market capabilities in market forecast to reach 161 billion USD by 2020. Current partnership includes deals with more than 25 service provider and enterprise customers.
Estonian Tax and Customs Board on Tuesday launched an application for declaring parcels online, writes LETA/BNS.
On 17-18 November Riga hosted "eCom21" - the international conference on e-commerce and internet business issues, which is one of the largest in Europe.
The Estonian Finance Ministry and the software company AS Nortal have signed a cooperation agreement based on which Estonia's practices of tax collection and administration of public finances will be showcased in the Gulf states, reports LETA/BNS.
Accenture IT company today has recruited the 1000th employee in Latvia, but by August 2017 the company plans to recruit more than 200 new employees, the company said LETA.
Australian venture capital fund Airtree has invested one million U.S. dollars in Jobbatical, an Estonian startup that helps travel enthusiasts get mostly fixed-term technology jobs around the world, reports LETA/BNS.