ROGVIAN started 2020 with successful completion of its technological projects in Germany and Italy. By the end of February 2020, the company managed to bring to successful end five high-tech international projects in Munich, Berlin, Ingolstadt and Torino. The projects lasted for three months.
THE NEW PROJECTS
Being the selected engineering partner of the leading technological company LUXOFT, ROGVIAN launched operations on the international market with new projects at the high-tech company offices in Germany (Munich, Berlin and Ingolstadt) and Italy (Torino). The total built-up area of the three sites in Munich only exceeds 4000 square meters. The total floor area of the Berlin office goes beyond 2000 square meters.
EXPERIENCE SO FAR
Having implemented the structured cabling systems of the Bulgarian office of the company at Building “B” of Hermes Park – Sofia, ROGVIAN now expanded its partnership to deliver new reliable systems for access control, video surveillance, intercom and security systems.
The cooperation between ROGVIAN and Luxoft has a four-year-long history. During this time the two companies proved their good partnership relations. Here is what shares Emil Jadetti, Operational Manager at Luxoft Bulgaria. The quote relates to a former project on ensuring continuous electric UPS supply to the server premises:
“We have excellent impressions of the |ROGVIAN’s| way of leading negotiations, contracting agreements and strict implementation of their contractual obligations.
Thanks to the high professional standard of the different unit managers as well as their responsible attitude to work, all deliveries have been performed in due deadlines, volume and quality.”
Now ROGVIAN once again proves that it is a company with high business standard. Further, it is also a company which observes the best European practices and related industrial standards.
ROGVIAN’s quality as a certified partner of global producers of systems guarantees that the innovative equipment which has been implemented in the projects corresponds to the EU market trends and also forms a prerequisite for improving the competitive edge of the high-tech European offices.