NNG opens offices in Japan, USA
Hungarian navigation software developer NNG is opening new offices in Tokyo, Japan and Detroit, United States to serve local clients’ needs promptly, NNG said yesterday in a press release. The company noted that development work is still done solely in Hungary.
“We need to move where our clients are, but development work, as long as it is possible, should be kept in Hungary,” NNG CEO Péter Balogh (pictured) said. “However, in order to keep in touch with our clients appropriately, we need to be close to them,” he added.
“The two new offices are especially important, because, aside from business development, we have technology experts in our new offices who are constantly in touch with our experts here in Hungary,” Balogh said.
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