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SOUTH-EAST EUROPEAN INDUSTRIAL МARKET » South-East European INDUSTRIAL Мarket - issue 2/2016, JUNE
Visteon Expands Software Operations in Bulgaria

Visteon announced that it will relocate its 700 employees in Bulgarian capital Sofia to a brand new 89,000-square foot  state-of-the-art workspace. The company plans on additionally expanding the facility in order to accommodate up to 150 more employees, coming as a result of the significant growth in demand for its software services.

On 11th of May this year Visteon celebrated the opening of its new office at Capital Fort Sofia with guests the president of the Republic of Bulgaria Rosen Plevneliev, U.S. ambassador to Bulgaria Eric Ruben, representatives of Bulgarian investment and economic development agencies, various business partners, as well as employees. The main theme of the opening event was "Engineered in Bulgaria" and many different products and vehicles equipped with technology developed by Visteon's software teams in Sofia were demonstrated.

"Automotive software development is the fastest-growing segment in the global automotive industry, driven by the evolution of the connected car and autonomous driving. Visteon's software operations in Sofia are at the core of this exciting evolution, providing infotainment, head-up displays and innovative solutions for the world's leading automakers," explained Markus Schupfner, Visteon chief technology officer, at the ceremony.



Етикети:   Visteon   automotive software development   Markus Schupfner  

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