Since the beginning of the year, the number of projects overseen by BSBâs teams has grown rapidly. In order to satisfy its customersâ requirements, BSB not only wants to strengthen the existing teams, but also set up new ones. This will mean a 30% increase in staff numbers over the coming weeks.
Two-thirds of the new recruits (40 people) will join the development teams of BSBâs key software solutions, Soliam and Solife. Half of those (20 people) will work at BSBâs new development centre in Ireland. Dublin will be the new strategic centre alongside Luxembourg, Paris and Louvain-la-Neuve.
Besides new co-workers for the software development department, 30 people will be hired to join the Soliam and Solife software integration teams. âMobilityâ will be the watchword for those teams, since they will be expected to meet the requirements of BSBâs customers across Europe.
In order to satisfy the inevitable training needs, BSB has set up the âBSB Academyâ for the induction and training of new staff. Before being fully operational, new staff will complete a specific training programme using tried-and-tested methods, so that they quickly attain the standard of quality needed to meet the companyâs requirements. This internal structure is one of the essential factors to guarantee total efficiency of the chain of development and integration of BSBâs software solutions.