SpecTec Opens a New Office in Poland

Press Release
Wednesday, November 21, 2012

SpecTec Group is proud to announce the new opening office of SpecTec Poland.
 

SpecTec Poland is a Product Development office and it opened on 2nd November 2012. The SpecTec Poland team is working on AMOS2 development, IDEA development and on testing activities of AMOS2 EMS.


"We opened there because of our experience with the high standard of programming personnel available and we have been able to build a team very able to provide the additional resources we need right now" - says Paul Ashton, SpecTec CIO - "We have been co-operating two universities in Rzeszow, both having excellent IT departments. We have been taking part in Erasmus exchange program with The University of Rzeszow for the past few years and 3 of our new programmers have already spent time working in SpecTec."


The office is located in an old distillery in Tyczyn near to the city of Rzeszow.

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