Croatian Company Infinum Opening Office in Podgorica, Investing €3 Million

Lauren Simmonds

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As Poslovni Dnevnik/Lucija Spiljak writes, the Croatian company Infinum, a leading software design and development enterprise, is opening an office in Podgorica, the Montenegrin capital, where they have already assembled a team of fifteen people. The plan is to increase that number to about 60 people within a couple of years and invest as much as three million euros.

Nikola Kapraljevic, the operating director of Infinum, revealed this to Hina, adding that the company currently employs more than 350 people. This year alone, the company became richer for 70 new employees, and Infinum expects to round that number up to 100 by the end of the year.

Last year, they earned around 100 million kuna, which is 22 percent more than the year before last, and in 2021 they expect a continuation of their growth trend of as much as 25 percent. It’s worth noting the fact that a year ago, with Porsche Digital, the Croatian company Infinum founded the Porsche Digital Croatia development centre, and they believe that with their sister company, Productive, joint revenues for this year could reach up to 160 million kuna. At Porsche Digital Croatia, according to Kapraljevic, they’re working on products that enhance the experience of Porsche users and that help optimise Porsche’s production process.

“We’ve continued to work with most of our clients, and our teams have the opportunity to work on interesting and innovative solutions in healthcare, education, renewable energy, finance, and even music,” said Kapraljevic.

In addition to the latest office in Podgorica, Infinum has offices in Zagreb and Varazdin, neighbouring Slovenia and even across the pond in New York. They announced further expansion elsewhere in Europe such as the British market, brand development in other Western European countries, and continued expansion in the US where they are increasing the number of people on their team in New York.

In an interview with Hina, Kapraljevic revealed that they’re currently developing a mobile application (app) for controlling the functionality and monitoring of cars, and a platform through which Porsche can be rented for either short or longer periods of time.

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