Luxoft reaches 2,500 employees and opens coworking spaces in Cluj-Napoca and Iasi
Luxoft Romania, a wholly owned subsidiary of DXC Technology and one of the largest software development and IT solutions companies in Romania, has increased its team in recent years, despite the challenging context, and has reached 2,500 employees. Recently, the employer made two coworking offices available to the teams in Cluj and Iași, in order to give the employees the opportunity to interact and socialize face to face.
In the last two years, the company’s management easily adapted to the pandemic context and the challenges that overlapped in 2022 and implemented the remote work system, which allowed it access to the workforce in all cities, so that the teams were increased with employees from all over the country.
Currently, of the 2,500 employees of Luxoft Romania, half live in Bucharest and Ilfov County, while the rest are employed in full-remote mode, working from other cities in the country.
However, Luxoft Romania offers employees who work remotely the chance to interact and face-to-face with colleagues, in the coworking spaces provided.
The development plans of Luxoft Romania will also continue in 2023. At the moment there are approximately 250 vacant roles within the company, and over 60% of them involve exclusively working from home, being available for IT specialists. Moreover, the organization’s plans include the employment of a total number of 400 people during the year 2023, within the three business lines it is developing in Romania.
Luxoft Romania is part of the American company DXC Technology, the largest provider of business-to-business information technology services. Luxoft Romania currently has 2,500 employees and offers software development services for local and global clients in the telecom, financial and automotive fields.
At the international level, Luxoft provides solutions and services from 42 specialized centers located in 24 countries in North America, Mexico, Western and Eastern Europe, Asia Pacific and South Africa.