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Sesca Expands to Cluj-Napoca, Romania

    Vaasa, Finland (ots/PRNewswire) - The opening of a new office in Romania creates yet another centre for efficient operations within Sesca Group.

    Sesca Group continues its expansion strategy by introducing a new office in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. The aim of the Cluj-Napoca site is to continue Sesca's successful operations to effectively and competitively fulfill needs of current and new clients. Under the supervision of experienced Finnish management, the new office will focus on software testing, development and maintenance services for international projects.

    "One key aspect of our strategy is to expand our operations to new EU member states in Eastern Europe to get access to the highly skilled work force and beneficial local cost structure. We want to share these benefits with our clients to help them shorten the time to market with high quality products and services with cost efficiencies." says Harri Lahtinen, Managing Director of SC Sesca Technologies S.R.L.

    "The new site in Cluj-Napoca, Romania complements our site in Prague in the Czech Republic. Together these sites give us access to the rapidly growing markets and competence potential provided by the new EU member countries. Both sites also play a key role in developing and maintaining Sesca's competitive edge as a world-class software company." Harri Lahtinen continues.

    SC Sesca Technologies S.R.L., a Sesca Group company, develops software for the mobile telecommunications industry across Symbian, Microsoft and Linux platforms. Sesca Group is founded in 2005. The oldest of the consolidated companies has been in business since 1989. The Group employs over 400 telecommunications and automation experts and is one of the fastest growing companies in Europe with net sales in 2006 of EUR21.5 million (2005 EUR13.4m) and 2007 budgeted revenues more than 30 million euros. Sesca Group operates in Finland, Sweden, Estonia, Germany, the UK, the Czech Republic, Romania and the People's Republic of China.

    Cluj-Napoca has become an important IT sector centre, with over one hundred software companies and two universities that provide quality graduate engineers. Cluj-Napoca is one of the most important academic centers in Romania. Students account for more than a third of the town's population. Cluj-Napoca is well served in terms of transport and infrastructure and is constantly improving due to EU funding.

      For more information, please contact:
      Harri Lahtinen
      Managing director
      SC Sesca Technologies S.R.L.
      harri.lahtinen@sesca.com
      tel. +420-774-20-9830
      Harri Halminen
      Regional Manager Sesca Group
      harri.halminen@sesca.com
      tel. +358-50-438-4242

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Contact:
For more information, please contact: Harri Lahtinen, Managing
director, SC Sesca Technologies S.R.L., harri.lahtinen@sesca.com,
tel. +420-774-20-9830; Harri Halminen, Regional Manager, Sesca Group,
harri.halminen@sesca.com, tel. +358-50-438-4242