As part of its growth across Eastern Europe, Amazon will soon start offering new services in Hungary. Additionally, a new office in Budapest is forthcoming. Amazon is about to grow in the Hungarian capital, as Forbes reported. Amazon Web Services (AWS) has been expanding into Eastern Europe by opening new operations in Poland, the Czech Republic, and Romania.
In Széchenyi Square, the first Hungarian office is about to open. Hungarians have had access to cloud services for a while, but due to ongoing expansion, it is now also necessary to have an offline presence to offer clients higher-quality service.
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In its early years, AWS offered a wide range of technological services, including machine learning, online and social application development, AI testing, and the most well-known cloud services. Many Hungarian software firms and developers use AWS.
They all use AWS services, which is something that Euronics, ingatlan.com, Raiffesein Bank, Prezi, aiMotive, and Lensa have in common. In addition to offering technological services, AWS also offers market assistance, business counsel, and marketing plans.
According to Tomasz Stachlewski, Head of Technology for EMEA and CEE, the major objective of Amazon Web Services is to distribute technological advancements more widely. AWS has been helping businesses reach this objective by offering them affordable services.
For the past 25 years or so, Amazon has worked with machine learning (personalized webshop suggestions, Alexa, shipping drones, etc.). Hungary: Why? The Hungarian labor force is well-versed in technology. As a result, it is the perfect location for AWS to expand its service.
Customers and businesses in Hungary have a strong demand for both technology innovation and marketing and business guidance. According to Forbes, Przemek Szuder, managing director of AWS in Central and Eastern Europe, said the COVID epidemic caused a delay in Hungarian development, but the new office is set to open in June.
AWS also intends to use innovations to support learning and teaching. AWS is also interested in helping budding companies and Hungarian companies. Our goal is to support the Hungarian startup ecosystem through mentoring, knowledge sharing about the sector, and potential investments, as well as investing in promising companies, according to Przemek Szuder.
Supporting these companies will benefit not only Hungary but also the rest of the world. Successful enterprises will therefore result in global innovations.