HTEC Acquires SYRMIA to Strengthen its AI and Engineering Capabilities In Southeast Europe


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HTEC, a San Francisco-based digital product development and engineering services company, has acquired SYRMIA, an embedded software engineering firm in Serbia.

This acquisition aligns with HTEC’s strategy to expand its AI, machine learning, and embedded technologies capabilities, creating more value for clients and providing growth opportunities for both companies.

HTEC has 23 development centers across Southeast Europe and offices in various locations worldwide. With this acquisition, HTEC and SYRMIA offer digital product development and hardware and software engineering services to high-tech companies, startups, and global enterprises.

Read More: HTEC Acquires SYRMIA to Expand its AI, Machine Learning and Embedded Software Engineering Capabilities and further strengthen its Engineering Base in Southeast Europe 

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