IT Services Hungary, the Hungarian unit of German information- and communications-technology company T-Systems, inaugurated a HUF 4 billion (€15.03 million) service center in Debrecen, T-Systems, which owns 100% of IT Services, announced.
The service center will create 900 workplaces for qualified IT workers in the region. T-Systems established IT Services in January 2007 to deal with IT developments and system integration in addition to IT services. HUNEP built the 10,000-square-meter complex with financing from Hungarian development bank MFB.
Prime Minister Gordon Bajnai said at the inauguration that the opening of the center proves that Hungary is competitive and that foreign investors have confidence in the country and in the skills of its workers. Bajnai called the opening of the IT Services Hungary center an important step in Hungary's effort to become a regional service center. (MTI – Econews)