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Discover your career opportunities in business consulting! Meet Andrzej Klesyk – the former CEO of PZU who will share his professional experience with you! Date: 22nd March 2018 Time: 5.00 pm – 8.00 pm Place: Sollers Consulting office @ Koszykowa 54 (5th floor), Warsaw Register before 21st March @ Agenda: 🕑 5.00 pm – 5.15 pm Introduction by a Partner at Sollers Consulting Find out what projects we […]


On 21st November we organized our first Open Day in Poznań Office! We hosted 42 students and 2 professors with whom we shared our experience and knowledge and had a lot of fun during Fifa and table soccer’s tournament. Do you want to know more? Let’s see the photo relation from the event!


Do you want to be a developer or business analyst?
We are happy to invite you to participate in the Sollers Open Day at our office which takes place on 21st November!

Training and development

Employees are the main value of our company. They can raise their professional qualifications and skills according to their interests and predispositions. Each new employee takes part in a special training cycle, supporting the development of competencies relevant to the needs.
We provide a clear career path for our employees – every six months, following a periodic evaluation, we enable a promotion to a higher position.

We offer a choice of personalized path of development – specialization or management. People characterized by a wide knowledge of technological issues and extensive experience in designing entire systems can choose an IT Architect position, alternatively within the IT management path. On each track, you can develop a different kind of competence – JAVA, .NET, PL / SQL. This enables matching of trainings and certificates with the preferred career development path.

The IT team translates business concepts into technical solutions:

  • Defining solutions and IT architecture
  • Consulting in the area of technology selection
  • Implementation and integration of systems
  • Software Factory – the latest tools and programming practices