Source: eKapija | Tuesday, 17.09.2019.| 10:12
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Schneider Electric DMS NS to open office in Belgrade

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Schneider Electric DMS Novi Sad (SEDMS NS) has decided to open an office in Belgrade, for the benefit of its employees who live in that city. This way, around 40 employees will have an opportunity to work from Belgrade twice a week.

The new office is located in the GTC building, at 38 Vladimira Popovica Street in New Belgrade. It provides the employees with all the comforts of a modern and inspirational working environment.

– The company will keep listening to the needs and desires of its employees and accordingly modify the working environment continuously. Through years of such practice, SEDMS NS has become one of the most popular employers and one of the largest developmental IT centers in Serbia. It currently employs more than 1,000 engineers who work on developing solutions for the calculation and optimization of the operations of power distribution companies – the press release reads.

Schneider Electric Global develops modern technologies and solutions for a safe, reliable, efficient and sustainable management of energy and processes. It heads the digital transformation of energy management and automation in homes, facilities, data centers, infrastructural and industrial sector.

With over 180 years of history and innovations, through dedication, expertise and the combined strength of the acquired companies, the company continues to realize innovations on all levels, aiming to secure the implementation of the “Life is On” principles. The company operates in more than 100 countries worldwide with over 160,000 employees.

Schneider Electric DMS NS is part of the Schneider Electric company which operates in Novi Sad. It brings together more than 1,000 experts from the fields of energy and computing and has cooperated for years with universities, power distribution companies, producers and IT integrators worldwide. Their software is used in over 80 power distribution services worldwide and 170 control centers with a total of 400 million clients.
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