Devoteam launches new office in Kaunas, 2nd in Lithuania

04 April 2023 1 min. read

International technology consultancy Devoteam has launched a new office in Kaunas, its second in Lithuania.

Headquartered in Paris, Devoteam is one of the globe’s larger technology consulting and services companies. The firm has over 10,000 employees worldwide, generating revenues of just over €1 billion.

Devoteam first entered the Lithuanian market in 2019, when it established a base in capital city Vilnius. The team in Vilnius has since then grown into 70+ staff, with the latest office in the country’s second largest city aimed at continuing its expansion in the Baltic state.

Devoteam launches new office in Kaunas, 2nd in Lithuania

The two hubs in Lithuania serve as Devoteam’s main cloud centre of excellence for projects delivered across Europe. The hub also provides cloud-managed services for systems and applications running on Google, Microsoft and AWS technology.

Darius Janulevičius, Head of Devoteam in Lithuania, said that the firm picked Lithuania for this “strategically important role” due to its large pool of skilled, technical talent.

In Vilnius, Devoteam works with Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, and the company has now kicked off a similar collaboration with Kaunas University of Technology. “In cooperation with Kaunas University of Technology, we will train world-class cloud services specialists and strengthen the competency of our existing staff. I have no doubt that this city will make a significant contribution to Devoteam’s success,” Janulevičius said.

Elijus Čivilis, General Manager at Invest Lithuania, said that Devoteam was also drawn to Kaunas for its “well-developed ICT infrastructure and business environment”.

“Kaunas is continually proving itself to be an attractive and favourable location for foreign investment in ICT and business services. The opening of Devoteam’s new office confirms that Kaunas can offer international companies a favourable business environment for the implementation of complex solutions,” he stated.