Bentley Systems, a global software supplier that opened its first office in Lithuania 10 years ago, is expanding and opening a new office in Kaunas, reports Invest Lithuania, the country's state investment promotion agency.
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The company aims at employing over 50 of the best software specialists from Kaunas and the surrounding areas at its new office.

According to Bentley Systems human resources manager for Eastern Europe, the human resources team is now accepting job applications from those wishing to work for Bentley Systems. As many as 10 software specialists have already joined the team in Kaunas.

"We are providing the opportunity to software development specialists in Lithuania to contribute to the birth of the most impressive infrastructure projects -buildings, roads, bridges, oil platforms, airports, etc. - on a worldwide scale. Our employees will not complain about monotony at work, as they will have to solve extraordinary technical problems and look for non-standard solutions. When asked about the things they like in this company most, the employees first mention the aspect of interesting work. There are hardly any other companies in Lithuania where programmers can develop products of such extent and complexity," the company's representative said.

Bentley Systems is a leading company providing modern software solutions in the fields of design, construction and the environment. Its innovations improve the quality of life of communities all over the world.

Congratulating Bentley Systems on the opening of the new unit, Lithuania's Economy Minister Evaldas Gustas emphasised that the Ministry of Economy supports such companies in every way possible.

"I can assure you that the Lithuanian public sector is open to cooperation and supports the operation of Bentley Systems and the initiatives of cooperation between business and science. It is only cooperation that can assure smooth and sustainable growth of the sector and the entrenchment of Lithuania in the region as the leader in the technology industry," he said, Invest Lithuania reports.

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