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When most people think about using professionals in different countries to serve businesses in the U.S. and elsewhere in the developed world, they tend to think about locations like India. But for EPAM Systems (NYSE: EPAM), Eastern Europe is a great source of software engineering labor, and the company has done a good job of finding ways to meet global demand for software solutions. Coming into Wednesday afternoon's first-quarter financial report, EPAM investors hoped that the company would continue to post solid growth, and EPAM's latest results surpassed some of the highest expectations those investors had for the company. Let's look more closely at how EPAM Systems did to start out 2015 and what's driving its future forward.
EPAM, a midsize, $800+ million service provider, is growing faster than the market. And it’s achieving this notable status in a mature application space where others have struggled and also in a services world that favors scale and size. What is its secret for beating the odds and seemingly defying gravity?
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In this article, Balazs Fejes, SVP and Global Head of Financial Services at EPAM, looks how changing customer expectations are forcing organizations, including increasing numbers of non-technology firms, to bolster their software expertise to keep up with customer demand. This article explores the role of the software product development services (PDS) provider in allowing firms to enhance their software capabilities and their ability to deliver product enabled services to their client bases.