The Hungarian subsidiary of the Cosmo Consult Group will establish new IT development and service centres in Debrecen and Szeged providing business IT solutions. With an investment of some HUF 785 million, the company with a German background active in 26 countries, will create at least 50 high value-added jobs for IT professionals. Besides Hungary, the two development and service centres will provide worldwide support for the company’s clients in technological development.

Cosmo Consult, founded in Germany in 1996, is one of the world’s leading IT companies that support the digital transformation of companies as an official Microsoft partner, and has been active on the Hungarian market for more than 20 years. The business IT group places great emphasis on providing its customers around the world with the latest technological innovations by Microsoft.

Corporate governance systems and business IT solutions distributed worldwide by Cosmo Consult have changed significantly due to the spreading of technological developments and cloud-based solutions. The group wishes to continue to provide its customers with state-of-the-art solutions; therefore, in addition to its existing units in Budapest and Sopron, the company will expand its capacities in Hungary and set up new IT development and service centres in Debrecen and Szeged.

The primary task of the new units will be to support existing and future clients worldwide in transitioning to the latest version of the corporate governance system, Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, and later, in developing unique industrial solutions. The office of Cosmo Consult in Debrecen is expected to open in the next few days, whereas its unit in Szeged will most likely open early next year.

The company currently employs around 130 highly qualified IT specialists in its offices in Budapest and Sopron, and under the expansion, at least 50 new jobs will be created for IT professionals with special expertise. In order to ensure a continuous supply of professionals, strategic cooperation with vocational training centres and the University of Debrecen will be implemented.


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