IBM inaugurates training centre in Hungary
American multinational technology and consulting corporation IBM inaugurated a HUF 170 mln training center for the staff of its international service center in Székesfehérvár in northwestern Hungary today.
The service center employs more than 1,500 people. Zsolt Veres, managing director of IBM Magyarország, said that information technology was a business in which today's knowledge may be enough for the present "but perhaps not sufficient for tomorrow".
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