Softjourn expands into Brazil with new office

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Softjourn, a software development company that specialises in ticketing, has announced that it has opened a new office in São Paulo, Brazil. 

The new office in Brazil will provide enhanced delivery centres for new and existing clients, offer new career opportunities for local IT professionals and expand Softjourn’s global footprint within Latin America.

Emmy Gengler, Softjourn chief executive, said: “We are excited to be opening our new office in Brazil and expanding our global reach.

“The Latin American region is full of talented IT professionals, and we are excited to tap into this growing market and provide our clients with an exceptional level of service that reduces time-zone constraints and enhances project delivery times. We are confident that our new office will continue delivering the quality solutions that Softjourn is known for.”

New appointments will join Softjourn’s network of software developers across the globe, collaborating with existing employees based in Ukraine, Poland and the US.

Softjourn’s Brazil manager and DevOps engineer Wallace Lima said: “I’m honoured to see the launch of the first official branch on Brazilian soil and to be part of history by working to bring the Softjourn family closer.

“Since the beginning of my time working on global teams at Softjourn, I’ve seen the power that comes from having a variety of perspectives. When we agree on a solution, it’s a bulletproof one, because we come from different backgrounds, and approach problems differently. Plus, our Softjourners share the value of empathy and ‘thinking human’, and I look forward to seeing how far this mentality will go.”

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