New development center of Yumasoft. Inc.

Yumasoft, a global outsourcing software development company since 2003 today announces that its new Development Center in Minsk, Belarus is opened and is hiring. All functions at the Development Center in Minsk are being overseen by current general manager,Raphael Dzheksenov

Online PR News – 01-February-2013 – 245 Saw Mill River Road, Suite 106, Hawthorne, New York – Yumasoft has been very successful on IT market and received a lot of projects. Actually, our main development center is in St. Petersburg, Russia with a team of more than 50 highly educated and experienced software engineers, who have already worked with every possible project and delivered top quality software products and solutions, maintenance and support. Our experience, expertise, and competence have made us one of the most reputable software development companies in Europe and the US.

Today we have a lot of clients, so we need to expand our business and use new opportunities. That's why we decided that it is time to open a new office in Minsk, Belarus. To say the truth, it's not the extent of our development. We have plans for opening other development centers in other parts of the world». - said Nick Rogozhnikov, CEO at Yumasoft.

Yumasoft's new development center in Minsk, Belarus is expected to bring about a hundred new jobs to the city. For the present Yumasoft is hiring mostly developers and technical specialists.

«I am very proud of such achievement of our company. I think it's a very promising step to the future. Yumasoft is also very pleased with the feedback we have received from our clients. Being able to offer them one more development center and new services will be very beneficial as to our clients as to many new hires. I am pleased to be a part of this exciting time for the company and our new development center in Minsk». - Current general manager for development center in Minsk, Belarus, Raphael Dzheksenov.

Yumasoft has a lot of potential for development nowadays. Yumasoft is renovating and reviewing the existing infrastructure of Saint-Petersburg, Russia, New York, US and Minsk, Belarus.