Endava opens new office in ElectroPutere Parc in Craiova
French real estate group Catinvest announces ElectroPutere Parc’s consolidation as the main innovation and technology hub in Oltenia region, with the inauguration of the new office space of British software services company Endava, occupying an area of approximately 500 square meters on the second floor of Building A.
Besides Endava, present with operations in Craiova from April 2021, other companies such as Hella, Ubisoft or Operative also signed leases with the French real estate group Catinvest, which owns and manages ElectroPutere Parc.
The new Endava office dedicated to IT professionals in Craiova, inaugurated on 9 March, covers specialisations including software development, software testing, project management, application management, business analysis, and related departments. Currently, the company employs over 3,500 people in Romania, working for various clients in industries such as payment processing, financial services, TMT (Technology, Media and Telecom) and logistics. At 31 December 2022, Endava had over 12,100 employees in offices in Asia-Pacific, Middle East, North America and Central and Western Europe and delivery centers in Argentina, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Colombia, Croatia, Malaysia, Mexico, Moldova, North Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Uruguay and Vietnam.
“The opening of this office is part of our strategy to constantly grow our business locally, as well as to meet the needs of our colleagues. The office space in ElectroPutere Parc offers multiple facilities for both individual and teamwork, encouraging creativity and collaboration, while the relaxation areas allow for much-needed breaks. The location combines the company’s values with a local touch, through the design that highlights places specific to the area, such as Romanescu Park, ElectroPutere Plant, Oltcit Plant or football”, says Calin Constantinov, Location Lead Endava Craiova.
Further development plans include additional retail, and other services such as co-working spaces and aparthotels with a total investment budget of almost 60 million euro over the next 2-3 years, contributing to the development of the region.