Oktober 2013 - IT service provider Qualysoft, founded in Vienna in 1999, aims to double its current turnover of around € 25 million in the coming years, and a stock exchange launch is also on the cards.
It’s a good story: starting off in Vienna, a company enters the market in Central and Eastern Europe, operating predominantly in niches that are big enough to allow decent money to be made, but are of minimal interest to the giants in the industry. Peter Oros, CEO of Qualysoft Group, enjoys telling this story – and he may have to do so even more often in future, given the IT service provider’s highly ambitious plans.
“We want to grow into the leading IT services company in the CEE region, so we’re investing a great deal in R&D, innovation and the development of niche software applications, with our plans designed for the long term.”
The group currently employs around 400 people, and Oros places great emphasis on professional recruitment:
“Our business is a people’s business, and direct, personal customer contact is very important. The work is theme-related and crosses geographical borders, as our competence centers are spread out across all the countries we operate in.”