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Societe Generale European Business Services reaches 1,000 employees in the shared service in Bucharest

Societe Generale European Business Services, the shared service center for Societe Generale Group, has reached 1,000 employees due to an accelerated growth over the last three years. Societe Generale European Business Services ranks among the ten largest shared service centers in Romania, a sector which attracts more than seven per cent of the working population in Romania.

2017-06-15 13:22:27

"Societe Generale European Business Services plays an important part for Societe Generale Group which relies on the high-quality services provided by the service centers as part of its global transformation strategy," said Philippe Garcet, CEO of Societe Generale European Business Services.

Societe Generale European Business Services was founded in 2011 and delivered an average year to year growth of 50 per cent by adding new services to its portfolio and constantly increasing the number of employees. From only one SSC (Shared Service Centre) specialized in Finance in 2011, the company developed into a comprehensive one providing a wide range of activity in Finance, HR, IT or Back Office functions and is currently serving over 35 countries.

Societe Generale European Business Services business mix is balanced with 70 per cent for Business Process Services and 30 per cent for Technology and Infrastructure Management Services (from IT support up to IT development). Future development plans aim to increase the ratio for IT services.
Out of the 1,000 employees of Societe Generale European Business Services, Finance Shared Service Center counts more than 35 per cent, Human Resources Shared Service Center around 20 per cent, while over 30 per cent of the employees are responsible for IT services.



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