Our culture is best described through our three core values:


Working for Sytac means becoming a part of our community. Even though we’ve got consultants developing on projects at many different clients, that community feeling is always strongly present, both on a professional and a social level. We organize many events to strengthen this feeling.


On our monthly famous internal sLabs (Sytac-Labs), our employees get the chance to gain and share knowledge. At these sLabs, our people can attend workshops, which are given by our own people. This way, we make sure that all of our developers stay on top of their game.


At Sytac, we like to share what we’ve learned with the entire community. Therefore, we organize monthly DevJams, which are meetups focused on anyone who is interested. At these events, our own developers give talks on new technologies to share knowledge with the outside-community. Also, this is a great opportunity to improve your public speaking skills.


What you grow now, you can harvest later.

Technical skills

We offer one-to-one focus to make sure that all of our developers can follow their own roadmap to success. This means that our people are provided in opportunities to expand their palette of skills to get and stay on top of technology.


Soft skills

Besides the opportunity to improve technological skills, we also offer our people the opportunity to develop their soft skills. To us, it’s important that all of our people are good communicators, which is why we, among other things, train them in expressing themselves.


Joining Sytac means becoming part of a community with 100+ Java and JavaScript developers, sharing similar interests and expertise. On top of that, you’ll work on the most innovative projects at our clients, meeting even more people at the client.


Financially, we make sure we pay above market standards, and performance and loyalty are being rewarded yearly. Besides that, you can choose your own laptop, you get a tech budget to buy the newest state-of-the-art soft- and hardware of your liking, and you get a training budget so you’re able to continuously learn new stuff.



Where people aren’t having fun, they seldom produce good work.