San Francisco-based HTEC Group has announces its acquisition of SYRMIA, a Serbian embedded software engineering firm, as part of its strategic drive to bolster AI, machine learning, and embedded software capabilities.

This move aligns with HTEC's growth strategy, leveraging SYRMIA's expertise to offer more innovatory digital solutions.

HTEC, established in 2008, has become a beacon for top-tier talent, expanding to 23 development centers across Southeast Europe, alongside its global consulting presence.

Since launching in 2018, SYRMIA has built a strong team of 250 specialists across Belgrade, Nis, Novi Sad, and Banja Luka, dedicated to pioneering embedded software projects in diverse industries.

Dorde Simic, SYRMIA's COO, opined on joining HTEC, highlighting the merger's potential to enhance technological offerings and foster collective growth.

"This partnership propels us toward greater innovation and client service excellence, reinforcing our commitment to our core values and collective success," Simic stated.

Aleksandar Cabrilo, HTEC's CEO, agreed, highlighting the acquisition's role in HTEC's AI and machine learning efforts.

"With SYRMIA's team joining us, we enhance our embedded software and machine learning capabilities, allowing us to provide sophisticated solutions, notably in multimedia and automotive," Cabrilo said.


The synergy between HTEC and SYRMIA aims to set new standards in digital product development and engineering services, addressing complex challenges for high-tech firms, startups, and global enterprises.

This collaboration signifies a strategic enhancement of HTEC's engineering capabilities in AI and machine learning, promising innovative solutions and sustained growth in the dynamic tech landscape.

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