“More than a decade after starting the Wrocław branch, we reach for another economic, cultural, and scientific centre: the Tricity” – says Piotr Hepner, the Managing Director of the new facility.
We were brought here by the extraordinary potential of Gdansk and its development strategy close to the values, on which we built Objectivity 30 years ago in the United Kingdom. The Tricity’s social policy refers to the Residents, Education, Cooperation, Mobility, and Openness – which reflect similar values of our organization – adds the Director.
Objectivity is built on values of People, Integrity, Excellence, Agility, accompanied by the Win-Win philosophy. The company puts them into practice not only in terms of software quality and customer service but also by engaging in helping local communities. Objectivity actively promotes knowledge exchange by hosting local events like Wroc# Conference, Business Analyst Meetup, or PM in Agile that give professionals a chance to meet, exchange experiences and get inspired.
Here in Pomerania, we are working on creating business-friendly policies, developing infrastructure, and providing access to world-class education to attract businesses into the region while maintaining openness and caring for our residents. It gives me great pleasure to welcome Objectivity, which shares similar principles. Says Mieczysław Struk, Marshal of Pomerania.
According to Paulina Roszczak-Śliwa, the Head of People & Culture at Objectivity Pomerania’s friendly business environment was only one of the factors that led to the decision of opening a new branch in Gdansk. At first, the capital of Pomerania caught our attention with its attractiveness as the place to live your life. What drew us initially were all the surveys and awards that the region, especially Tricity has received, but we only truly got the true Tricity experience when we came here, and that blew us away. Hence, we chose Tricity, to be the next step in our growth journey – says Paulina Roszczak-Śliwa.
Objectivity believes in growing by knowledge sharing and is looking forward to learning from and contributing to the vibrant tech community in the Tricity. By the end of 2021 Objectivity plans to employ 200 specialists in its Gdansk office based out of GATO in Garnizon, including developers, testers, business analysts, project managers, and back-office support.
Going beyond the national arena is also an important investment factor for the British-owned software house. Objectivity’s international aspirations are to strategically increase brand visibility in Germany and the UK.