July 23, 2015 – Kraków, Poland – GlobalLogic, a leading product development services company, today announced the opening of a new engineering center in Kraków, Poland, designed to provide increased support to customers in the region. The new location will give GlobalLogic access to the extensive R&D talent, a large IT market and technology customers in the region.
“As GlobalLogic continues its evolution, our goal is to provide our customers and partners across the world with the best engineering talent, regardless of the location in which they operate,” said GlobalLogic CEO Shashank Samant. “With a large presence of IT businesses, a focus on R&D and easy access across the continent, Poland represents a natural choice to expand our footprint in the European region. The center will serve our new and existing customers by delivering innovation at its highest level.”
With a population of 767,000, Kraków has a strong IT community with great capabilities in embedded, telecom, automotive, financial services and many other industries. Supporting the R&D focus of the city are eight universities that produce highly skilled engineers versed in science, technology, engineering and more.
GlobalLogic is a full-lifecycle product development services leader that combines deep domain expertise and cross-industry experience to connect makers with markets worldwide. Using insight gained from working on innovative products and disruptive technologies, we collaborate with customers to show them how strategic research and development can become a tool for managing their future. Headquartered in the United States, GlobalLogic operates design and engineering centers around the world, extending the benefits of its authentic global presence to customers in digital media, electronics, healthcare, infrastructure, finance, retail, and telecom industries. The company works with both start-ups and industry leaders, including many of the world’s top hardware, software, and consumer brands. GlobalLogic is a trademark of GlobalLogic. All other brands, products or service names are or may be trademarks or service marks of their respective owners.