Mercans has announced an investment in a software development center located in Estonia. The newly established center will focus on the development of innovative cloud-based software solutions in the areas of recruitment, HR and payroll for the Middle Eastern markets.

Mercans Estonia will be lead by Mr. Kristjan Rebane. Mr. Rebane has an outstanding long-term IT industry experience and is well-renowned in the Estonian IT community. He has been involved in a number of major software projects and companies. Mr. Rebane is also the Managing Director of Innovaatik OU, a leading provider of software solutions for the healthcare industry in Estonia.

In addition to Mr. Rebane, the management team of Mercans Estonia includes Mr. Jargo Koster and Mr. Marko Molder. Among other exciting projects, Mr. Koster’s has participated in the development of electronic ID card authentication software. Mr. Molder is a senior recruitment executive at Mercans. In addition of the management team, Mercans Estonia team includes 6 full-time IT specialists with outstanding software development skills and backgrounds.

“Mercans’ investment in Mercans Estonia highlights our commitment to delivering groundbreaking and industry-changing software applications to our clients in the markets where Mercans is well-positioned for solid growth and market leadership. With its world-class IT resources and strong technology start-up spirit, Estonia offers us an outstanding platform for the establishment of a Technology Competency Center, which will support the growth of our existing business lines”, said Mr. Marko Taylor, the CEO of Mercans, when announcing Mercans’ investment.

Mr. Kristjan Rebane added, “I am excited about the opportunity to work in partnership with Mercans in delivering game-changing software products. I believe that Mercans’ deep industry and market knowledge, in combination with the outstanding technical skills of Mercans Estonia team, will allow us to deliver world- class software solutions for the markets that are poised for rapid growth and technology adoption”.