Inter Cars Capital Group is the leading distributor of automotive spare parts in Central and Eastern Europe. Our logistic network spans 18 countries and over 500 distribution points across Europe, supplying hundreds of thousands of garages and shops with spare parts, oils, tires and garage equipment from our portfolio of 2.7 million products. We make our offer available also to the retail customer, though our e-commerce solutions and major digital marketplaces. Inter Cars IT department, headquartered in Warsaw, Poland takes care of daily operation and development of over a hundred different applications, ranging from ERP, logistics and warehouse management systems to innovative e-commerce solutions and web applications. Hundreds of Inter Cars employees and hundreds of thousands of customers rely on our systems in their everyday work. Observing the increasing importance of IT in every part of our business, Inter Cars has started a Digital Transformation program aimed at increasing the development pace and modernizing the technological stack of our systems. We plan to improve our capabilities using Agile methodologies and leading development practices, such as DevOps and microservice architecture. We are looking for best people to help us make the next step.
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