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More than a billion people around the world use the products developed by Lithuanian IT company TeleSoftas
In 18 years, from the idea of one person to an innovative IT service company working with the largest telecommunications companies around the world, this is the success story of TeleSoftas. Today, the international company focuses on working with telecommunication and communication systems, operations in the financial sector, and artificial intelligence.
Mimshach Obioha joins TeleSoftas as Country Manager
Serial project strategist and manager, Mimshach Obioha, is set to herald the expansion of leading Lithuanian product engineering company, TeleSoftas, into Nigeria, starting operations as the Country Manager.
One of the most famous Lithuanian technology companies is opening a branch in Nigeria
Currently, A. Stonys is halfway through the establishment of the latest branch of his company in Abuja. According to him, the ambition is quite serious - to create a real TeleSoftas community.
TeleSoftas launches its search for Nigeria’s leading tech talents
The leading Lithuanian consulting and product engineering company, TeleSoftas, is set to expand its operations into Nigeria as it launches a physical outpost in Abuja. As part of its mission to champion product-led growth worldwide, the European company is on a quest to discover Nigeria’s most promising tech talents and leverage their creative minds to build innovative products.
TeleSoftas Invests EUR 100K In Health Tech Startup Aichom
TeleSoftas, a company engaged in implementing IT solutions worldwide, is investing EUR 100,000 in the Health Tech startup, Aichom. This investment aims to help further develop an IT solution that will make life easier for families of people with Alzheimer’s and other dementias, as well as for people with dementia, automate many of the manual processes involved in genomic data analysis.
Lithuanian IT specialists are contributing to a genetic research platform
TeleSoftas is helping the UK-based company to further develop new features for the platform based on automation and artificial intelligence functionalities that will allow researchers to automate many of the manual processes involved in genomic data analysis.