The head office of IT Services Hungary is in Budapest and is located in the “Infopark”. The average age of our team is 27 years so we can rightfully say that we are a young and ynamic team.

c_epulet_kicsiWe mainly seek experienced programmers (Java and C++), but we also welcome beginners, if you study or have studied IT or business administration and speak English and/or German at an intermediate level. If you have not studied IT before but you speak foreign languages and are interested in IT and communications technology, the IT Services Academy can give you an opportunity to learn.

If you are interested in our company and you would like to work with us, please visit our career page!

Infopark is the first innovation and technology park in Central and Eastern Europe. It is located in Újbuda, next to the Lágymányosi bridge, in the neighborhood of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics and Eötvös Loránd University. By choosing this as the location for ITSH’s Service Centre in Budapest, Infopark has provided ITSH with offices up to European standard and a work environment with modern services all in a nice, welcoming green area.


Budapest gives home to the following organizations:

  • Information & Telecommunications:
    • Global Service Desk
    • Field Services
    • System Management
    • Local Control Center
    • Application Services
    • AL Region
    • Delivery Management
    • Service Management
    • Architect
  • Systems Integration POP:
    • Billing
    • Test Factory
    • SAP

ITSH can be found in the Infopark Building “C”, at Neumann János street 1., which is located in the XI. district, on the Buda side of the Lágymányosi bridge.

If you are coming by car from Pest, you have to drive across the Lágymányosi bridge, the Petőfi bridge or the Szabadság bridge. From Buda, you have to drive from Irinyi József street,down Bogdánfy and Neumann János street.

If you use public transportation, you can use trams 4 and 6 or buses 86 or 103. There are Infopark-Bus shuttle buses, with timetables adjusted to working hours providing two alternative routes to Móricz Zsigmond square.