Digital Workforce appoints a Country Manager to its Polish office
Digital Workforce originally opened an office in Lodz to support its Nordic clients’ service centers in Poland. The team quickly grew with the lead of an experienced Office Manager Kinga Chelińska Barańska. Today, the over forty experts strong team has become increasingly independent and we are proud to introduce Kinga in her new role as the Polish Country Manager.
The woman in charge: Kinga Chelińska Barańska
Leading Digital Workforce‘s Polish office is a woman on a mission: Kinga Chelińska Barańska has set out to help Polish clients boost productivity and reduce their costs. She has over ten years of professional experience in the finance sector and is very familiar with the challenges large corporations in particularly face with managing the productivity of their computer-based processes.
Kinga joined Digital Workforce in 2017 when the Polish office was first established. During this time, and in the service of her past employers, she has successfully conducted business projects related to the creation and implementation of new systems, process migration and robotic process automation. As a Country Manager, Kinga is responsible for the Polish branch of Digital Workforce.
New growth from Poland
Digital Workforce originally opened the Lodz office to serve its Nordic clients that had set up their service centers in Poland. Lodz in particular was chosen as the office location because the local universities were known to grow and attract a large population of technologically skilled young professionals. Since the establishment of the Polish office in 2017 Digital Workforce has recruited over 40 professionals in Lodz and was awarded Top Scandinavian Investor by FDI Poland in 2017.
Despite the original set up, it was recognized early on that Poland posed an interesting business opportunity of its own. Many large banks, insurance companies, and BPOs – that are quickly developing and implementing solutions for process automation – operate in and around Lodz.
“One of DWF’s key differentiators is our ability to enable our clients to set and execute their global digital strategies by offering them standardised services. DWF partners have been quick to recognize the strategic value of intelligent process automation and our team has been trained to provide scalable service solutions based on best practices. Our clients rely on us to escort them to the New World and address challenges when needed”, Kinga says: “I’m excited to start my new role knowing that we have what it takes to help our clients on their digital journey!”
Kinga Chelińska Barańska, Country Manager, Digital Workforce,
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