Why

Outsource Lithuania?

Top IT companies and developers from the World’s Best Kept Secret Tech Hub In Europe. Educated and eager to learn, motivated (highest ranked in CEE countries), and committed, our people have the skills to handle even the most complex of tasks, the attitude to out-deliver, and the loyalty to see the job through whatever the circumstance.

Professionals in their sectors

There is plenty of talent in Lithuania:

  • from top web developers to experienced systems architects;
  • graphic designers to experts in animation;
  • customer care specialists to engineers.

Educated and eager to learn, motivated (highest ranked in CEE countries), and committed, our people have the skills to handle even the most complex of tasks, the attitude to out-deliver, and the loyalty to see the job through whatever the circumstance.

Business Culture & Easy Communication

Looking to grow your business in a fast and convenient way. Look no further than Lithuania, a member of EU and Eurozone, with a stable political and economic situation, where government support business-friendly legislation. Lithuania already has chosen as an outsourcing destination by a large number of international companies.

84% proficiency in English among young professionals in the country.

Located at the crossroads of Western Europe, Northern Europe and the CIS, Lithuania is an ideal hub for accessing EU markets. Plus, its location offers perfect timezone coverage for BPO operations in the EMEA region.

Lithuania’s physical infrastructure gives easy and affordable access by car, public transport, see ferries and air (3 international airports, all offering access to critical European locations in 2-3 hours).

Education

Lithuania has been planting seeds which are now bearing fruit, thanks to its longstanding focus on developing talent. Its population has EU-leading higher education levels.

And, as a small country with strong business-academy links (1st in CEE for university-business collaboration in R&D), international investors are playing a pivotal role in shaping courses to nurture precisely the talent they need.

And going forward, the government is committed to further growing STEM education. It’s thanks to this focus on talent that Lithuania’s scientific research institutions rank 2nd in the CEE region.

2nd highest in the EU share of youth (25-29 years) with tertiary education – 50.4%

Lithuania also is 4th in the EU for Bachelors graduates in science, maths, computing, engineering, manufacturing, and construction