IT Park resident, the global IT-company “AMC Bridge”, specializing in software for computer-aided design, construction and manufacturing, has entered the IT market in Uzbekistan. Now the company has begun recruiting employees and plans to open an office in Tashkent soon.
Uzbekistan, as the companyʼs management notes, was chosen as the next place for business expansion, as it is recognized as one of the promising and rapidly developing areas.
“AMC Bridge is a software development company with more than twenty years of history that has demonstrated continuous growth and development. Now we are happy to start work in a new place – in Uzbekistan, where we see significant potential. We are confident that entering the Central Asian market will open up many new opportunities for both us and the local IT-community, and will create a solid foundation for joint development” – said Igor Tsinman, President of “AMC Bridge”.
As the company noted, the main team is already being formed in Tashkent. The position of Managing Director of “AMC Bridge” in Uzbekistan was taken by Abbos Zayniddinov, who has considerable experience in the Uzbek technology sector. He has worked in similar positions in local and international companies, leading and managing complex transformational IT projects.
A global software consulting company that has been providing digital transformation for its clients since 1999. “AMC Bridge” provides services to the engineering, manufacturing and construction industries. The companyʼs innovative solutions are used in construction, mechanical engineering, aircraft engineering, architecture and robotics.
The headquarters of the company is located in the USA. “AMC Bridge” is also represented in Uzbekistan, Poland, Ukraine, Great Britain, Germany, India and Japan. Almost 800 employees of the company can work remotely or from its offices.
The company has been repeatedly named one of the fastest growing companies in the United States by the Financial Times, and Software magazine has included “AMC Bridge” in the list of the worldʼs 500 largest software and service companies.