Intermedix, a US-owned healthcare IT company that has a service center in Kaunas, is revising its strategy and scaling down operations in Lithuania. The company says it is weighing its business needs and risks and does not rule out exiting Lithuania.
"Intermedix" įmonė Lietuvoje
"Intermedix" įmonė Lietuvoje
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Lukas Jankauskas, director of Intermedix Lietuva's service center, says this is part of global changes that are not related either to Lithuania's investment environment or to the team's results.

The company will help its employees to integrate into the labor market, he said.

Based on data from the state social insurance fund Sodra, Intermedix Lietuva has cut its workforce to 474 people, from 769 in February. It said in March it would keep 750 employees.

Intermedix Lietuva was founded in 2013 as an operations center serving healthcare and government institutions and companies in more than 25 countries.

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