Innovecs scales up in Eastern Europe, LATAM and Georgia

Ukrainian Innovecs, a digital transformation tech company, announced the expansion of new markets for operating and hiring across new regions. From now on Innovecs will have new delivery centers with its own operations and employed professionals in Eastern Europe, LATAM and Georgia.

  • Given the growing demand for digital technologies across the globe, Innovecs grasps the opportunity of nurturing new hubs and enriching teams with new talents. Countries like Poland and Romania are home to the brightest minds in software engineering, therefore, Innovecs sees these markets as a huge potential for creating added value for its clients.
  • Given the demand of existing and new clients, Innovecs opens delivery hubs in these regions. Open positions include Engineering managers, DevOps, FullStack developers, Java software engineers, and other career opportunities within various projects.
  • Innovecs is a global digital transformation tech company with offices in the USA, UK, Israel, Australia, and Ukraine. Specializing in the design and development of software solutions, Innovecs’ team has technology and domain expertise in Supply Chain & Logistics, FinTech, Healthtech, AdTech, Software & Hightech, and Gaming & Entertainment.
Global enterprises demand top-notch digital solutions that are built upon strong technical expertise, talent, and seamless collaboration. Expansion to EU and LATAM and new opportunities to hire tech talents go in line with Innovecs’ aim to help our clients enhance their business success and become leaders in their market segments. Since our teams are ever-evolving, Innovecs is always one step ahead in the world of tech, and we will remain consistent in our approaches as we enter new markets, Alex Lutskiy, Innovecs founder and CEO
IT Ukraine Association - Innovecs
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