Gibbs Hybrid, the single source supplier of technology, outsourcing and talent management, gave a preview of its upcoming BUDI (Business Platform for Unified Development and Integration) solution at this week’s Infoshare conference in Gdansk, Poland. The company’s new Poland manager, Marta Lyczmanska, was on hand at the Gibbs Hybrid booth to introduce her team and discuss business opportunities with the 3000-plus attendees at the show.
‘We see Poland as a significant new business opportunity,’ said Gibbs Hybrid founder and CEO Farida Gibbs. ‘The level of technology expertise there is high and the talent pool is deep. We believe that potential clients in Poland, especially those with a global footprint, will respond well to our proven ability to deliver the best solutions at the best price, remove barriers to innovation, and thereby gain competitive advantage.’
Added Marta Lyczmanska, ‘In the race for talent, in Poland as elsewhere, Gibbs Hybrid has the edge. The edge is our ability to quickly and successfully match projects to people, and maintain an ongoing relationship with both the consultant and client throughout the life of the project.’
The company took the opportunity to preview its BUDI service during the Infoshare conference. BUDI provides businesses with the ‘digital glue’ they need to integrate the multiple systems and processes that support HR, Procurement and Recruitment activities. Gibbs Hybrid Head of Technology, Digital & Data James Waite presented the platform to a full house at the conference. ‘We had an audience that spanned potential candidates as well as potential corporate users of the platform,’ he said. ‘Feedback from both of those sides was very positive, because the issue of managing multiple databases and double keying of information is frustrating to everyone. BUDI offers a way through this to a more integrated, seamless experience.’
Based in Wallington Surrey, Gibbs Hybrid was founded in 2006 and now has additional offices in Manchester, Dublin, Luxembourg and New Jersey.