Artelys opens offices in Madrid
Our goal is to become a reference in the Iberian market and provide customers with more than 20 years of experience in optimization, decision support and modelling.
This is undoubtedly a very important step within the company’s expansion strategy, which after successfully establishing itself in Canada, USA and Belgium, now disembarks in Spain with Artelys España.
The Spanish subsidiary will offer Artelys’ full range of solutions in Optimization and Data Science, as well as operational solutions for a variety of sectors such as energy and supply chain. It will also offer all software and numerical solvers developed by the company.
As part of the expansion plan in Spain, Artelys España is building a local team to support local and global projects, and is currently seeking software profiles in Madrid. If you are interested in joining our community and want to know more about it, just visit our Career page.
For further details please contact us!
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