ALTEN Group, a leading provider of engineering and technology services, is pleased to announce the merger of its Delivery Centers in Romania and Poland into one unified entity – ADC Eastern Europe – ALTEN Delivery Center Eastern Europe. This strategic move reinforces ALTEN’s commitment to delivering exceptional services to clients in the region and expands its reach to offer a wider range of engineering and technology solutions.
« This integration represents a natural step in the context of a continuously changing global market. By combining the strengths of the two delivery centers, we will be able to offer a more diverse range of services and a stronger presence on the Eastern European market».
said Delia Orhei, General Director ADC Eastern Europe.
This year, the company plans to hire more than 300 IT and engineering consultants in Romania and more than 200 in Poland, and to inaugurate a new delivery site in Warsaw. ADC Eastern Europe employees have several specializations: technical – Catia V5/V6, Creo/Pro Engineering, Matlab/Simulink, Enovia 3Dcom, SAP, Embedded, C/C++, Java, C#, Mobile, Python – but also logistics or customer support in different foreign languages.
About ALTEN Delivery Center Eastern Europe
ALTEN Delivery Center Eastern Europe is part of ALTEN’s offshore delivery centers network, together with centers from other countries such as Morocco, India, Mexico or Spain.
At the moment, ALTEN Delivery Center Eastern Europe has 400 employees, three sites (Iasi, Bucharest and Gliwice) and offers engineering and IT consulting services for international clients from the automotive, aero, energetic, finance or life sciences sectors.
About ALTEN Group
Created in 1988, ALTEN supports its customers’ development strategies in the areas of innovation, R&D and technological information systems. ALTEN works with key actors in the Aeronautics & Space, Defence & Naval, Security, Automotive, Rail, Energy, Life Sciences, Finance, Retail, Telecommunications and Services sectors.
The ALTEN Group has a workforce of more than 52,700 employees in more than 30 countries, 88% of whom are engineers. 2022 turnover is €3.78 billion.