HandsOn Systems, a Malta-based technology company, has opened a new development office in Niš, Serbia.
The company’s CEO, Geoffrey Farrugia, took to social media to announce the expansion.
“Today we are opening a new chapter – HandsOn has officially set up a software development office in Niš, Serbia, the birthplace of famous Roman emperor Constantine the Great,” Mr Farrugia wrote.
HandsOn Systems specialises in GPS tracking, fleet management solutions, task management software, and RFID asset and inventory management solutions, amongst other things.
This expansion isn’t HandsOn Systems’ first overseas venture. With a three-person team in Ghana and a four-person team in Italy, the company is now physically present in four different countries.
Mr Farrugia founded HandsOn Systems back in 2010 with a mission to help the world develop into an efficient, modernised, reliable, smarter and safer place.
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