Driven by the demand for digital transformation and prominent solutions worldwide, Innovecs, a prominent global tech company, enters the Romanian market and welcomes specialists to join remote teams. By starting operations in this region, the company seeks to unleash the robust potential of the local tech arena for providing clients with top-tier services, groundbreaking products, and projects. Innovecs focuses on people's comprehensive well-being and intends to promote and strengthen its unique corporate culture.
Leveraging Romanian Tech PowerThe Romanian tech domain has experienced significant growth over the past decade. The grounds for such progress include a highly skilled and diversified workforce, competitive prices, and a flourishing business ecosystem. Romania occupies the 6th position in the global ranking regarding the number of certified IT specialists with 5,000+ engineering graduates per year, outpacing the UK, Germany, and Canada. With this in mind, Innovecs plans to provide remote career opportunities to local tech talents, including DevOps, Full-Stack developers, GO software engineers, IOs developers, QA engineers, and others within various projects. Wherever the future innovecsers reside, Innovecs is committed to ensuring each of them with a universal benefits system, equal motivation frameworks, and incentives.
“Innovecs has set its eyes on Romania as the country holds some great opportunities for its growth plans. Tech professionals are skilled and speak languages well, which are of utmost importance to our clients. People are open and adapt quickly to new environments, which is ideal for both sides of project-based solutions. We are ready and happy to develop our community and take good care of all innovecsers from all over the globe”, — Adam Bozsoki, Managing Director CEE at Innovecs.
Well-Being At The Core Of InnovationSince day one, Innovecs has lived by the rule that only happy employees stand behind the best innovative ideas. There are scientific grounds for the company to care about its people and invest in an array of well-being programs. Being happy at work is tied to better health and well-being, more creative and practical problem-solving, more productivity and innovation, and faster career advancement. Happy employees are more authentic, more committed and driven to work, and more willing to contribute beyond their job descriptions; they also find more flow and meaning in their work. From a business perspective, happy teammates empower their companies to outperform the competition by 20%, be 12% more productive, and increase the sales rate by 37%.