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January 28, 2021

OSF Global continues its Romanian and global expansion, opens two new offices in Pitesti and Craiova

Software development, cloud and eCommerce solutions provider OSF Global has inaugurated their seventh Romanian office, located within the Carol Office Center, 11 Carol I Blvd., Craiova. This event was followed on Wednesday by the opening of a new office in Pitesti, within the Coral Center on 30 Calea Craiovei, nr. 30. The opening of these two new business locations marks the continuous expansion of this company on both a national and global scale.

“As part of our expansion strategy, this month we’re opening a new office in Romania, in Craiova, followed by the relocation of the current team in Pitești to a new, more spacious office. One of our organizational values is ‘Work from anywhere, deliver everywhere,’ so our focus is more on what our employees deliver, rather than where they deliver from. All our employees have the option to work remotely and to have a flexible schedule that ensures a perfect work-life balance. However, to get to this balance and to offer such flexibility, it’s important that the employees have a space where they can interact face-to-face, to get to know each other better,” stated Gerard Szatvanyi, CEO of OSF Global.

The goal for each of the newly opened offices is to host 100 employees who will benefit from the same amenities as in any other OSF office located anywhere in the world. To ensure this consistency is respected, both offices have been designed and furnished in conformity with the OSF brand by the HTO architecture studio which was represented at the Pitesti office inauguration by the architect Gianni Nicu.

OSF Global currently has 650 employees working in 23 cities within 13 countries on four continents. Out of this number, roughly 400 employees work in Romania. As a consequence of the rapid expansion, OSF Global wishes to strengthen its presence in its North American, European and Asian offices and is looking for experienced people who are willing to relocate.

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