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Romanians have a DNA for IT

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It has already been 10 years since Enea made the first investment in Romania. 10 years of continuous growing, 10 years of great and innovative projects, 10 years of success.

How the choice to invest in Romania occur? Andres Lidlbeck, Enea’s CEO, shared this story with us:

First we evaluated several countries, and we had a close look at the kind of people we would potentially work with. We felt that Romania is a great country, and a good place to be in, and at that moment it was also very close to all the other locations we were operating in. we found it competitive in terms of prices and we found highly qualified engineers here. We could have found resources at much lower costs elsewhere, but it was not just about cost reduction, it was more about qualified people. We were very excited about the skills and professionalism of Romanian engineers.

Now Enea has three Romanian offices, in Bucharest, Craiova and Iasi. Andres Lidlbeck always believed that Romania has a favorable environment for the development of the IT&C sector, which is why Enea has expanded its activities on Romania market.

“Clearly, Romania has great potential. Romania has a good balance between cost and competence levels. It has very competent and cost-competitive people. But the challenge is, of course, to make sure that this balance is maintained. Romanians have a good technical background, so I think we can safely say that Romanians have a good DNA for IT. The people we recruit have excellent IT skills,” said Lidbeck.

 

Romania continues to be one of the most competitive countries in terms of human resources in IT&C, and Enea Romania wants to expand its business on the local market. In the short term, the company will focus on virtualization and transferring the physical infrastructure into cloud.

“Clearly, Romania has great potential. Romania has a good balance between cost and competence levels. It has very competent and cost-competitive people. But the challenge is, of course, to make sure that this balance is maintained. Romanians have a good technical background, so I think we can safely say that Romanians have a good DNA for IT. The people we recruit have excellent IT skills,” said Lidbeck.

Anders Lidbeck hasserious plans for Enea Romania and the main goal is that Enea will play a more important part for telecom operators soon.

Read full interview in Forbes: https://www.forbes.ro/articles/adn-bun-pentru-127275

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