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As part of the plan to expand its operations and become a European front runner in cloud technology and methodology, "Cloudeon" has opened a R&D centre in Vilnius. The company plans to hire up to 20 people this year and double the size of the team next year, writes "Invest Lithuania".
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Founded in Copenhagen, "Cloudeon" is the leading Danish cloud company that provides innovative technologies for businesses to accelerate and fully digitalise their potential. The client base consists of businesses from both the private and public sector including the Danish State Railways, Danish telecommunications company "TDC Group" as well as both international and Danish enterprise businesses. "Cloudeon" is a quadruple "Microsoft Gold Partner" and has recently also become a "Microsoft Authorized Education Partner", thereby, expanding the company’s capacities to the education field with their "Cloudeon Cloud Academy".

John Vindahl Fabienke, VP of Professional Services, from "Cloudeon" explains that the choice of Vilnius was due to his own previous positive experience of working in Lithuania.

The Vilnius office is part of "Cloudeon’s" vision of changing IT by rethinking IT business.

“In the context of digitalisation, cloud technology will undoubtedly play a major role in the future’s digital economy. Cloudeon brings specialised knowledge and experience to the growing IT sector in Lithuania, and this will create new jobs and attract skilled professionals”, Virginijus Sinkevičius, Minister of Economy of Republic of Lithuania states.

Mantas Katinas, Managing Director of "Invest Lithuania", also sees the office opening as an indication of the strength of the local IT talent pool, and he believes that the company will help drive the sector forward: “Lithuania has always invested in nurturing world-class professionals. Cloudeon will add to the proliferation of tech companies in the country, which will further enhance potential in cloud computing, AI and big data.”

"Cloudeon" was established in 2016 and has grown from 6 people to +100 people in 3,5 years. The new Cloud Centre of Excellence in Vilnius is part of the company plans for further growth along with an international outlook.

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