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Critical Software Unveils New Office in Lisbon

March 14, 2019

Critical Software has unveiled a new multi-storey office in the heart of Lisbon. With the Portuguese capital recognised as a global hub of innovation, the new office sees the company move into the city’s Entrecampos area.

Gonçalo Quadros
Gonçalo Quadros

Critical Software has unveiled a new multi-storey office in the heart of Lisbon. With the Portuguese capital recognised as a global hub of innovation, the new office sees the company move into the city’s Entrecampos area.


Following a record-breaking year in 2018 in which the company celebrated 20 years in business, Critical Software doubled its total number of employees to more than 800 globally, with plans for continued growth in the future. Relocating the company’s Lisbon office to the new Entrecampos site will help to continue attracting talent from across the region.


The new seven-storey office will be shared with Critical TechWorks, the company Critical Software launched last year in a joint venture with the BMW Group. The shared space will mean the formation of a new technological centre of excellence in the city, reflecting both companies’ growth and ambition to continue driving world-class IT and software solutions.


Gonçalo Quadros, CEO of Critical Software, commented: “This is an important milestone for the Critical community. For over 20 years, Critical Software has dedicated itself to tackling some of the most demanding technology challenges. Central to this is nurturing the talent of our people. Our new office in the heart of Lisbon will provide us with a first-class working environment in which our people can continue to develop the kind of innovative solutions that will help to define industries across the world.”


The new Lisbon site joins Critical Software offices across Portugal and Europe, providing technological solutions for a global client base in industries like aerospace, energy, transport and fintech.