SD Worx opens new office in Poland
2 February 2021
SD Worx, a leading European HR & payroll services provider, has opened an operations center in Katowice (Poland). The geographic expansion to Central Europe underpins SD Worx’s international growth strategy and supports the global expansion of its customers with payroll and HR services.
“By starting up a new operations and service delivery center in Poland, supported by Polish payroll & HR experts, we literally follow our customers to ensure proximity and the delivery of flawless payroll services across Central Europe. That’s what customer intimacy is all about. In a first phase, we will support our international customers with activities in Poland; in the mid term, we will also explore local opportunities in and beyond Poland”, says Kobe Verdonck, CEO of SD Worx.
In addition to the operations center, SD Worx will also open a brand-new development and innovation center in Poland. Complementing existing development centers within the SD Worx group, the new Polish center will be a catalyst to boost the company’s innovation strategy so SD Worx can offer its customers and their employees top-notch digital payroll & HR solutions.
“I am very excited to join SD Worx and help them expand into Central and Eastern Europe”, says Lalit Kumar Gupta, who has started on 1 February as Managing Director SD Worx Eastern Europe. “I have personally witnessed the continued growth of Poland, in terms of economy, infrastructure and life standard. Many American and European companies from different sectors have jumped on the Polish growth bandwagon and established a presence in the region. The skills on the labour market here are excellent: people are highly educated, hard-working and ambitious.”
With its new center in Katowice SD Worx has now offices in twelve countries: Belgium (HQ), Austria, France, Germany, Ireland, Luxembourg, Mauritius, the Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland, the UK, and Poland. Through its global payroll partner network, SD Worx provides global HR and payroll solutions in 150 countries across the world.