Evosoft Hungary joins engineering association


The Hungarian subsidiary of international software solutions developer evosoft Group joined the Together for the Future’s Engineers Alliance (EJMSZ), a Hungarian organization set up to improve the connection between educational institutions, the engineering profession and other key players, according to a press release issued today.

By becoming a member, evosoft Hungary joined other multinational companies operating in the country including Audi Hungaria, Continental Automotive Hungary Kft., Ericsson, LEGO, MOL and National Instruments. 

“Mental Capital. This is one of the most valuable assets of evosoft, the basis of its operations. Therefore, we pay special attention to supporting the engineering generation and popularizing engineering as a career,” Péter Várady, evosoft Hungary CEO, said in connection with joining EJMSZ.

Companies joining the alliance “have recognized that it is not enough to individually make steps for engineering education and to gain recognition for the profession, but mutual efforts must also be made”, EJMSZ President László Ábrahám said.

An independent corporate entity, evosoft Hungary Kft. has its headquarters in Budapest and employs almost 1,000 people in Hungary. The company saw revenues exceeding HUF 15 billion last year.


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