Ryanair opens IT Centre in Wrocław
Ryanair is opening a IT Centre in Poland that will be provided by Travel Labs Poland owned by the Irish company.
Ryanair is opening a IT Centre in Poland that will be provided by Travel Labs Poland owned by the Irish company. “After more than half a year of intensive collaboration between PAIiIZ and Ryanair, as well as the strong position of Wrocław on the European IT services map, Ryanair has chosen Wrocław, said PAIiIZ deputy president Michał Dąbrowski announcing the decision of Ryanair. Ryanair’s state-of-the-art digital and IT innovation hub in Wrocław will be open in August. Currently, the company is recruiting 90 programmers.
“This decision is great, however not surprising. Providing top class IT service by well-educated programmers is Poland’s national specialty. Therefore, those who want to "fly high", know that there is no better place like Poland. Today, employing over 150,000 of IT experts, Poland has one of the most mature business services sectors (BSS) in the world, while the BSS is considered as the fastest growing segment of Polish economy”, said Dąbrowski.