Enverus opens a software development center in the Czech Republic

Brno selected as new research and development site, more than 100 engineering professionals for hire within 18 months

AUSTIN, TX, September 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Enverus, the most reliable energy SaaS platform, has announced that it will build a software development center in Brno, Czech Republicwith plans to hire 20-25 developers this year and over 200 engineering professionals over the next few years to expand its global technical capabilities and team.

Last week, Enverus announced the acquisition of MadridRatedPower, a SaaS company that helps companies discover the smartest ways to design and engineer utility-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) power plants. Combined with past acquisitions and software development in the field of energy and renewables, Enverus has invested more than $1 billion in its technology platform. This new office marks another step in Enverus’ plans to expand its international presence and solutions portfolio.

“We recognize the benefits of a diverse workforce and the talents of engineers Czech Republic includes some of the best developers in the world,” said Marc Szygenda, Chief Technology Officer at Enverus. “Building the team there will help us continue to deliver innovative solutions to players in the energy industry and help the energy transition taking place across the world. Enverus has been recognized as the best place to work in cities around the world. North America and seeks to do the same in Brno.”

“We chose the Czech Republic due to our previous direct experience in growing an office to 300 here before, and love its welcoming business environment and strong tech universities that provide a great pool of talent that will add to our team of 500+ developers at United States, CanadaUK, Spain and India“, added Szygenda. “We know we can repeat success here and we are looking for those who thrive on solving technical challenges and who want to be part of a growing team serving the largest industry in the world. world. We seek employees who embody our core values ​​of “One Team, Courageous Innovation and Partners for Life”. »

Enverus plans to open its office at the end of September and is immediately recruiting talent to work remotely on a short-term basis. Anyone interested in jobs in Brno should apply at enverus.com/careers.

The announcement comes as Enverus underscores its commitment to intelligent connections that bring together industry analytics, people, experience and reach to connect the right data and information in the right way to uncover insights and unprecedented opportunities, to act quickly and to achieve extraordinary results.

Based at Austin, TXEnverus has offices in Centennial, Colorado; Chicago; dallas; denver; Houston; Midland, TX; New York; Oklahoma City; Bengaluru, India; Brno, Czech Republic; Calgary, AB; London; Madrid, Spain; Santander, Spain; Stonehouse, UK; and Singapore. Leveraging hundreds of research analysts, data scientists, engineers, marketers and economists, Enverus continues to develop an offering that spans energy trade, asset and macro information. , data driven and unmatched by anyone in the industry. It is considered the world leader in energy SaaS and data analytics and employs more than 1,400 people worldwide.

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About Enverus

Enverus is the most trusted energy SaaS platform, providing real-time access to analytics, insights, cost and revenue benchmarks from our partnerships to 98% of energy producers Americans and more than 35,000 suppliers. Our platform, with smart connections, drives more efficient generation and distribution, capital allocation, renewable energy development, investment and procurement, and our experienced industry experts support our clients through thought leadership, advice and technological innovation. We provide information on the entire energy ecosystem: renewable energy, oil and gas, financial institutions, electricity and utilities, with more than 6,000 customers in 50 countries. Learn more about Enverus.com

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