Accenture, one of the world leaders in management consultancy, technology services and outsourcing, is expanding its operations in Timisoara in the software domain too. Thus, until the end of the year the company is offering career opportunities for over 30 software engineers and testers in the .NET, Java or SAP technologies.
English-speaking.NET, Java or SAP programmers are sought for the new team. In what concerns their level of expertise, both specialists and entry-level candidates will be recruited. They will work in a domain that stimulates creativeness and innovation and that ensures long-term professional and personal development alongside an energetic and dynamic team.
“By expanding its software development activity in Timisoara too, Accenture is boosting its capacity to offer clients all over the world the latest IT services and solutions in various domains such as rail transport, auto, auto parts and industrial automation industry. The new employees will be involved in developing and customizing embedded solutions, control systems, Product Lifecycle Management and Manufacturing Execution Systems,” Accenture Romania Country Managing Director Razvan Patrunoiu stated.
Accenture’s Timisoara office, which currently has 400 employees, was opened in April 2014 and currently offers only business process outsourcing (BPO) services.
Accenture is a multinational management consultancy, technology solutions and business process outsourcing company that has over 358,000 employees that offer services in over 120 countries. By combining its long-term experience as well as the research implemented for the most successful companies in the world, Accenture collaborates with its clients in order to help them boost their performance. The company registered net revenues of USD 31 M in the fiscal year that ended on August 31. The company’s global website is www.accenture.com.
With over 2,000 employees in Romania, Accenture offers services in Bucharest, Timisoara, Cluj-Napoca, Targu Mures and Iasi to companies in the financial-baking, telecommunications, auto industry, production, consumer goods and energy domains.