Read And that was 2011

And that was 2011

A cliché, but certainly a true one: where has this year gone? Where indeed… 2011 is the year that Future Processing was recognised by Deloitte as the fastest growing software company in Poland in its Fast 50 ranking. With 664% growth, we have certainly been busy. We launched a new ideas, technology and business development facility  – FP Lab –  which has already undertaken its first project.

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Read My Christmas Wish List

My Christmas Wish List

While it is only children that write to Father Christmas – I know I stopped before I was 10 – they are not the only ones who have Christmas wish lists. We all have things that we want, even if we don’t admit to them.  So what does an offshore development outsourcer want for Christmas?

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Read What makes a successful company?

What makes a successful company?

Last month Future Processing was ranked in 12th place in the Polish index and 22nd in the overall Central Europe Deloitte Technology Fast 50. We are also the highest ranking Polish software company in the index. For me this is a real watershed moment both in my personal career and also the history of Future Processing.

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European Innovation

Deborah Nazareth (UK PR Manager) with input from other Future Processing employees. On Thursday last week I attended the Deloitte Technology EMEA Fast 500 Awards and Dinner in London and was delighted to see Future Processing come in at number 249 in the rankings.  It was a great evening with good food and drink, interesting speakers and the chance to meet people from other tec

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Read Future Processing employee wins global algorithmic competition

Future Processing employee wins global algorithmic competition

Jakub Nalepa, a Polish software engineer at Future Processing, achieved the best result in the prestigious international competition for algorithmicists organised by the renowned Norwegian SINTEF project in 2011. Nalepa improved the previous record for a single instance of benchmarking problems by 30% – a considerable margin in this discipline.

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