US company Accenture already employs 1,250 people in Poland, including 660 in a service center in Poland's capital and 220 in two IT offices in £ód¼. Now, the company plans to expand its management consulting center in Warsaw, Puls Biznesu reported.
“We have chosen Warsaw as a location for our new center which is part of our Global Talent and Innovation Network. Highly qualified consulting groups will work here and advise companies from the banking and health care sectors,” said Sander van't Noordende, group chief executive of Accenture Management Consulting.
The Warsaw consulting center started operating in February and currently employs 25 experts and supports 10 projects. Accenture wants to add up to 500 workers in the next two-three years.
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