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A multinational leading provider of integrated risk management solutions, assurance and property services SAI Global has decided to embark on a new journey and open a Centre of Excellence in Lithuania. The new center in Vilnius will be responsible for the software development and associated back-end services, it is going to play a central role in the company’s future growth. Initially, the company plans to hire up to 50 professionals for its Center of Excellence during the next year, Invest Lithuania informs.
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Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, SAI Global is a globally recognized provider of Integrated Risk Management (IRM) solutions, assurance, standard information as well as property services, technical information, and regulatory content to organizations worldwide.

Recently the company has decided to expand its global footprint and enhance its competencies in the software development field. The new Centre of Excellence in Lithuania will play a key role in building modern software solutions on a global scale. According to Bree Goodall-Beer, the global communications officer for SAI Global, the Lithuanian team will have an exciting opportunity to work at the forefront of developing, designing and building company’s new Risk Management software solutions.

“We already have an experience working with local talent and we know that here in Lithuania we will be able to find professional, ambitious and innovative people who will further strengthen our company’s products”, Bree says.

For Mantas Katinas, the Managing Director of Invest Lithuania, SAI Global’s decision to establish its Centre of Excellence in Lithuania shows the high potential of local talents and great advantages of unsaturated Global Business Services market.

“Lithuania as a country with business driven attitude is the best platform for international companies not only to steadily grow but also to develop new products and solutions. We are happy to see globally recognized industry leaders like SAI Global choosing Lithuania for such advanced and high value added operations.”, Mantas says.

With over 2000 employees globally, SAI Global expects to grow its local team considerably to up to 50 software development professionals and capture key tech talent that exists within the Vilnius workforce.

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