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Accenture opens technology delivery center in Budapest

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Global professional services firm Accenture has opened a new Accenture Delivery Center for Technology in Budapest, its seventh such location in the CEE, aiming to deliver technology services to clients powered by the local pool of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) talent, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

Over the next two months, Accenture is planning to hire more than 150 people in the newly opened delivery center, the press statement says, noting that currently a total of 6,000 people are employed by the firm in the region. Accenture serves clients across a range of industries through the Accenture Delivery Center for Technology, with a focus on the Austria-Switzerland-Germany region and CEE. 

“Our investment in Hungary and plans for future expansion reflect our continued commitment to better serve our clients, locally and globally, with our innovation-led approach and helping them in their digital transformation journey,” said Peter Škodný, managing director for Central and Eastern Europe at Accenture. “We are excited to recruit and grow top technology talent from Hungary and contribute to the economic growth and development of Hungary and the region,” the managing director added.

“We are building teams with advanced skills in core and new technologies, and expertise in the most advanced delivery models, including agile delivery, continuous integration, DevOps and highly automated delivery processes, to help our clients rotate to New IT,” said Tomáš Volek, managing director of Accenture Global Delivery Network – Central and Eastern Europe. “The Accenture Delivery Center in Budapest provides our clients with access to the right mix of local and global resources, using state-of-the-art technologies, intelligent tools, artificial intelligence, lightweight architectures and industry assets,” he added.

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