Softeq Development Corporation (Softeq) has announced the opening of a full-stack development center in Vilnius, Lithuania. This move is part of the company’s strategic plan to cater to a larger pool of companies across Europe and other adjacent regions. In Vilnius, Softeq envisions building a team of up to 150 software, hardware, and firmware specialists over the next three years.
Established in 1997, Softeq initially focused on technical software (hence, the company name), and gradually grew to offer full-cycle engineering services ranging from programming on the driver and OS level to building complex end-to-end ecosystems, including IoT solutions. In 2008, the company expanded its presence globally by opening a development center in Minsk, Belarus. Softeq firmly established itself in Europe after acquiring NearShore Solutions GmbH and opening an office in Munich, Germany. In November 2020, the company opened the Softeq Innovation Lab to help global enterprise intrapreneurs discover and develop early-stage transformational business ideas powered by technology.
The new base in Vilnius will serve as a go-to development center for the company’s EMEA clients, covering all potential requests from hardware and firmware design to application development and support.
“Softeq helps clients make the transition to digital across an entire spectrum from early-stage ideation in our Innovation Lab to end-to-end engineering services provided by our growing development centers. Our new development center in Vilnius will support building complex solutions involving innovative new software, applications, cloud back-ends, firmware, and hardware all under one roof,” explains Christopher A. Howard, Founder & CEO of Softeq.