Having established new engineering delivery hubs in six new countries in 2022, iTechArt sees great potential for expanding in Lithuania.
iTechArt Group, a global industry-leading software development company headquartered in New York, has opened its first Lithuanian office in Vilnius that already has 100 locally based employees. With this new hub, iTechArt aims to expand its international client base and solidify its market position by focusing on local hiring, scaling its operations, and opening new offices in Lithuania. The company plans to increase team size to 150 by the end of 2022.
The company’s objective with the new hub is to provide its high-caliber, fast-growing tech and startup clients with the best and brightest of Lithuania’s talents. The services provided by iTechArt include web and mobile development, blockchain, DevOps, QA and testing, digital transformation, UI/UX design, consultancy and leadership across emerging technologies and such industries as fintech, health tech, e-commerce, e-learning, enterprise IT, and many others.
After opening the Vilnius office, iTechArt has been focused on growing its team, hoping to increase the total headcount in Lithuania to 150 by the end of 2022. To make its ambitious plan to scale its Lithuanian tech center a reality, the company is currently scouting for talent with a wide range of technical skills: back-end (.NET, NodeJS), front-end (React, Angular, Vue), DevOps (Azure, AWS, GCP), AEM, e-commerce (Magento, Shopify), Native iOS and Android development, Python/Django, PHP, Ruby, data engineering, data science, manual QA, and test automation QA specialists, as well as HR and managerial staff.
iTechArt also plans to launch Students’ Lab – a program which enrollment has already started and that offers courses and internships to students and young professionals. The three-month-long trainings will take place at the company office where each intern will be paired with an experienced mentor to facilitate the acquisition of practical development experience. The company is hoping to partner with Lithuania universities to bring exciting opportunities and projects to the country’s brightest minds.