BELGRADE (Serbia) – US bioinformatics solution provider Seven Bridges plans to expand operations into Serbia’s Novi Sad in support of its growing customer base and to expedite product innovation, it said on Tuesday.
Software engineers in the Novi Sad office will contribute to ambitious and challenging projects that serve scientists around the world by defining and implementing solutions for efficient data management, computational infrastructure, and user-friendly, interactive analysis visualisations, the CTO of Seven Bridges, Mladen Srdic, said in a statement.
“Our expansion in Serbia is pivotal to continuing our growth trajectory within the biopharma market and directly in line with our strategic plan,” said Bill Moss, CEO of Seven Bridges. “In order to ensure new team members experience a successful transition, we are developing onboarding and training programs tailored for our engineering team,” Moss added.
Seven Bridges currently employs the largest bioinformatics team in the Balkan region. It is a co-founder of the Digital Serbia Initiative, the company said.
Seven Bridges offers products and services for researchers focused on leveraging genomic data to inform the discovery and development of transformational precision medicines across a wide range of disease states. The company established its Serbian subsidiary, based in Belgrade, in 2011.