2013-12-20 15:32:22 - Systems integrator and international consulting company Prime Force opened last month a new office in Belgrade. Serbia got EU candidate status in March, and is seen as a future IT hotspot.
Some of the main reasons among others are the large number of highly qualified IT experts in the country and that Serbian authorities planed and invested largely in new IT infrastructures since 2011. Investors are already attracted by the south European country and more will follow in the next couple of years.
The Prime Force division in Belgrade consists of highly skilled experts that add perfectly to the existing international team. These consultants are highly experienced with EPFM (EMC/Documentum product – Engineering, Plant, and Facilities Management) and ECSF (Documentum framework – Enterprise Core Solution Framework), were involved in those products engineering, and worked on several successfully finished EPFM and ECSF projects. Like all other Prime Force consultants the Serbian colleagues
have international project experience.
Thomas Pesendorfer, the CTO of the group: ‘With our new branch office in Belgrade Prime Force gets one step closer to its goal to become the leading Consulting Company in the area of Enterprise Content Management in Europe. Serbia is an ideal location for us to cover customers in South East Europe. Additionally the economic prospect for this part of Europe is positive and the growing rates are higher than in central Europe.’
Prime Force RS
Dimitrija Tucovica 148
11 000 Belgrade
Prime Force is a system integrator and international consulting company which mainly attend projects in the area of Enterprise Content Management (ECM). The consultants of Prime Force support clients from the most diverse industries, e.g. banks, insurance, energy service or car companies. The agency has establishments in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Denmark, Poland, and Serbia.