Business-to-business (B2B) technology provider for the financial sector, PFSOFT, is opening a delivery centre in Eastern Europe.
The Ukraine-based company, known for its Protrader multi-asset trading platform, said that it aims to strengthen the company’s presence in the European Union (EU) and provide more opportunities for clients to meet and communicate with its representatives more effectively.
“After many years of evolutionary development, we feel confident in our technology and team that allows starting our global expansion,” said Denis Borisovsky, chief executive officer (CEO) of PFSOFT. “On the other hand, we also aim to reduce the possible risks connected with political and social changes in Eastern Ukraine.”
“We’ve searched for the perfect place for our expansion and have chosen Poland among the wide range of well-developed countries as the closest neighbor by border and mentality,” added Roman Nalivayko, the company’s head of business development.
“This country has an excellent manpower potential, shows stable economic development and effectiveness of costs. So now we welcome our guests and partners to the office in Gdansk – a part of PFSOFT global network.”
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