FINEOS grows its Polish operation to 30 people
Fineos CEO and founder Michael Kelly with the Mayor of Gdansk Pawel Adamowicz

FINEOS grows its Polish operation to 30 people

7 Jun 2013

Irish insurance software player FINEOS is creating six new jobs at its Gdansk operation in Poland, bringing employment there to 30 people. The company says more jobs may be on the way.

FINEOS’ Software Services Centre was established in Gdansk in 2009 with 12 employees and the company has just opened new office facilities in the city.

The Mayor of Gdansk, Paweł Adamowicz, officially opened the new offices yesterday.

The Gdansk operation works closely with globally distributed FINEOS teams to ensure the delivery of FINEOS’ Claims technology.

FINEOS founder and CEO Michael Kelly says Gdansk is developing as a major ICT hub.

“As a multi-national organisation, we have offices around the world and our operation here in Gdansk is integral to our software implementation efforts.

We have a very strong team here who are committed to helping our customers to care for the people they serve and ensuring we have the highest quality technology platform on the market,” Kelly said.

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