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Accenture opens Liquid Studio and Nano Lab in Bratislava

The Nano Lab complements the Liquid Studio in Bratislava by bringing the latest breakthroughs in applied research from Accenture Labs around the world and demonstrating the potential of emerging technologies through compelling case studies and demos.


Devdiscourse News Desk 13 Jun 2018, 08:19 AM Slovak Republic
  • Accenture, a leading global professional services company has announced the opening of a Liquid Studio in Bratislava to help clients speed up innovation and software deployment cycles. (Image Credit: Twitter)

Accenture, a leading global professional services company has announced the opening of a Liquid Studio in Bratislava to help clients speed up innovation and software deployment cycles, along with a Nano Lab, which offers a window into the extensive research and development conducted by Accenture Labs worldwide.

Accenture Labs apply newest technologies to help companies boost results today and future-proof their business. The Labs collaborates extensively with Accenture’s network of nearly 400 innovation centers, studios and centers of excellence located in 92 cities and 35 countries globally to deliver cutting-edge research, insights and solutions to clients where they operate and live.

In the Liquid Studio in Bratislava, clients work side-by-side with highly skilled Accenture professionals, building innovative solutions with speed and agility. The Liquid Studio teams are grouped in highly interconnected pods, working with contemporary development approaches such as Agile methodologies powered by DevOps, and disruptive technologies including artificial intelligence, augmented reality, blockchain and cloud, Accenture told in a press statement.

The Nano Lab complements the Liquid Studio in Bratislava by bringing the latest breakthroughs in applied research from Accenture Labs around the world and demonstrating the potential of emerging technologies through compelling case studies and demos.

Tomas Volek, country managing director for Slovakia and Hungary at Accenture commented, “Opening these facilities in Bratislava demonstrates our commitment to investing in this region. Moreover, the expansion enables us to offer new, interesting technology career opportunities to existing and future employees.”

These facilities are part of the Accenture Innovation Architecture, which brings together capabilities from research, ventures and labs to studios, innovation centers and delivery centers and further expand the application development capabilities of the Accenture Advanced Technology Center, which has operated in the city since 2003.

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