Russian IT Company with over $ 1 Billion in Revenue is Entering the Bulgarian Market
Russian Softline is expanding its operations in Eastern Europe, including its entry into the Bulgarian market. In 2018 it became clear that the company will start operations in Croatia, Hungary, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia and Bulgaria. The company is leading in the field of digital transformation processes. Their main clients are companies from North and South America, Southeast Asia, Russia and Eastern Europe. Softline is a strategic partner for Microsoft. The company's operations in Eastern Europe will be linked to cloud services, IT strategy development, and IT outsourcing services management. "Softline Bulgaria plans to pay special attention to the niche SMB market, seeing the great potential in the professional service of the medium-sized business - with 50 to 250 employees," the official announcement of the company said.
"Softline's Bulgarian team has more than 15 years of experience on the local IT market and is very knowledgeable about Microsoft's products and solutions." Softline Bulgaria's ambition is to help customers across the country meet the challenge of "digital transformation" by combining the best global practices and understanding of the local market, with customer-specific local challenges. "
The speed of business change is extremely dynamic. Globalization and the customer's drive towards digital transformation enable us to help our local partners reach international customers. We can support Bulgarian ISV to offer our solutions to the Russian market through us "said Zoltan Mesaros, general manager of Eastern Europe. Softline has been on the market for 25 years, operating in 50 countries and offices in 95 cities. Globally, its employees are 5000. The company's revenue for 2017 is $ 1.19 billion, and the group's average sales growth over the past decade is over 10%. For 2018, the company generated revenues of more than 1.27 billion dollars.
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