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BearingPoint Romania aims to reach 1,000 employees in the next years

BearingPoint Romania celebrates ten years of existence and aims to reach over 1,000 employees in the next years with focus on innovation and team development.

2017-07-14 10:45:22

BearingPoint Romania started operations ten years ago, focusing on implementing SAP solutions in logistics and supply chain departments as well as in the sales and distribution sector and financial sector for customers in abroad.

Christian Gurny, Country Leader BearingPoint Romania, said: "After setting up BearingPoint Romania in 2007, I enjoyed in Constanta the celebration of the tenth anniversary with a few hundred colleagues. I am looking forward to the next few years, especially because I want to increase the number of employees over 1,000."

The average monthly employment in this year is over 20 people, which means a 50 per cent annual growth. In recent years, BearingPoint Romania has expanded its field of expertise to other areas, such as providing software solutions developed in new technology centers in Sibiu and Timisoara.



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