Hewlett Packard Enterprise has shut down its Kyiv (Kiev) office. Now the Californian company will provide its services via an intermediary, Sophela, which has become its exclusive representative in the country.
In a press release, HPE says it took this step to “optimize expenses in the current market environment,” but that the provision of services and cooperation with the company’s partners and customers will not be affected.
Sophela’s press service told AIN.UA that HPE’s Ukrainian office used to employ 80 persons. They have all been transferred to Sophela’s staff in the same building.Hewlett Packard Enterprise closes its office in Ukraine, outstaffs 80 employeesRead More
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