Ciklum Nearshoring: 5 weeks to establish your own software development team
Northern Europe's market leader in nearshoring software development enters german speaking markets.
Ciklum's business model helps clients to establish their own foreign software team quickly and with less risk and minimal investment.
IT outsourcing for SMEs finally: Do not miss this trend!
Compare development costs on international level.
Get started with 1 or 2 employees und go for expansion when you see success and effectivity.
Ciklum is a Danish company with representative offices in United Kingdom, Sweden, the Netherlands, Germany and Switzerland. 800 specialists with more than 100 global client teams.
At OOP 2010 in Munich, the conference for software architects and decision makers, Ciklum invites you for media talks and first hand success stories.
When: Tuesday, 26.01.2010, 9.30 AM
Where: Munich, Foyer ICM, Stand 12.11
When: Thursday, 28.01.2010, 0:55 PM
Where: Munich, ICM, Room 2
Andreas Ganswindt (Sales Manager Germany)
Henrik Bak (Vice President Sales & Marketing)
Franco Dal Molin (Country Manager Switzerland)
Or just ask us directly:
www.ciklum.net Tel. +49 (89) 80912980
Ciklum (www.ciklum.net) is a Danish IT outsourcing company specializing in nearshore software development in Ukraine by establishing and servicing clients’ own development teams. The environment of services and knowledge sharing within the company helps clients to market quickly and with less risk and minimal investment. Established in 2002, Ciklum employs more than 800 specialists with more than 100 global client teams. Ciklum has six development offices in Ukraine and two in Pakistan, as well as representative offices in Denmark, Sweden, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Germany and the Netherlands. Ciklum is a winner of the Red Herring 100 Europe 2009.
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