SaM Solutions Joins the NOA and Expands Presence in the UK
SaM Solutions, a leading European provider of software development and consulting services, announces its membership in the National Outsourcing Association, Britain’s most renowned outsourcing organization that unites professionals and companies to provide fertile grounds for their interaction, collaboration and business development.
SaM Solutions announces its membership in the National Outsourcing Association.
For SaM Solutions and its British subsidiary SaMSol UK, joining the NOA is a strategic step towards increasing presence in the UK, offering customers more flexibility in legal and operational aspects of project delivery and boosting brand awareness on this market.
SaM Solutions has a long record of delivering software solutions to British customers in various industries, from media and publishing to travel and IT. Further development and growth of the local office and active participation in the NOA’s events and activities will help SaM Solutions get a better understanding of the outsourcing market in the UK and share its multi-year experience of delivering large and complex solutions to major clients on the continent.
About SaM Solutions:
SaM Solutions is one of the leaders of the IT outsourcing and software development market. 20 years of experience, a broad range of competencies and a DIN EN ISO 9001:2008 certified quality control system enable the company to develop solutions of any complexity that meet customers’ expectations and use the latest software development technologies. SaM Solutions has worked for such major clients as Siemens, Fujitsu, SAP, Kaspersky Lab, Haufe-Lexware, Payback and the European Patent Office. To date, SaM Solutions has a growing pool of seasoned IT professionals in its Germany-based headquarters and offices located in the US, Eastern and Western Europe.
About the NOA:
The National Outsourcing Association (NOA) was founded in the United Kingdom in 1987 by Martyn Hart. The organisation was the first European association to promote effective outsourcing and it is the parent of the federal European outsourcing association.
The NOA operates as a not-for-profit trade association and aims to promote best practice in outsourcing, lobbying government and regulators, and provide research and information to companies and managers using outsourcing. The NOA has developed Pathway, a university accredited professional development qualification for the UK’s outsourcing industry.
The NOA includes the OUT Group, as the commercial arm of the NOA which was created in 2004. The NOA are also associated with sourcingfocus.com, a leading online news resource portal for the sourcing community.