Microsoft technology centre to open in Israel

Microsoft has recently announced that it intends to open its first Israel-based Technology Center in Ra’anana.  The center will serve as a platform for the company’s engineers to set up complete IT ground works for their clients.  In addition to the 11 such centers already operating in the US, the company also has such facilities in Paris, Munich, Beijing, Moscow and Dublin.  Other openings now in the planning stage are Toronto and Sydney as well.

2012-05-03T15:27:57+00:00May 3rd, 2012|ICT, Israel, software, Technology|0 Comments