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An illustrated accord of Syntio’s voyage An illustrated accord of Syntio’s voyage

It’s not that long ago we embarked on an exciting journey. Over the past few years we visited exciting places, embarked numerous crew members and built our fleet. And we’re only getting started...

1998

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1998 1998

Our founders started their work in IT, giving them over 20 years of experience in enterprise software solutions, numerous analyticsand data integrationprojects and designing & implementing data driven architectures.

2013

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2013 2013

They met up and started collaborating on several projects together.

2017

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2017 2017

In JanuarySyntio Data Engineeringwas founded and in July of that year we landed our first big project. This also meant that we got help fromthe first Syntian in August, and we opened ourfirst office in October.

Crew of 7 Syntians

2018

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2018 2018

In June we already outgrew our first home and decided on settling inCibona Tower in the center of Zagreb. Business was booming and we collaborated on projects inseven countries that year alone. Including our further expansion in the Nordics region.

Crew of 15 Syntians

2019

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2019 2019

Due to a lot of interest out of the Nordics region, we decided to open aNordics officein Copenhagen in Ferbruary. Later that year we offically becameGoogle Cloud Partner.

Crew of 30 Syntians

2020

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2020 2020

We highly value a sustainable way of doing business so in July we joined theUN Global Compact. The same month we also became an officialMicrosoft Gold Partner. But it didn't end there as we opened our US office in Bellevue, WA in September. In November we launched ourfirst open-source product.

Crew of 45 Syntians

2025

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2025 2025

We don't know what the coming years have in store for us, but we DO know that we have one goal: To become themost respected data engineering company in the world.

Join us on our journey!

Ready to come on board? Ready to come on board?

We all have our hands on deck and when it comes to pushing forward – no one is too big or too important to pull the weight when the job needs to be done.

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