ORTEC is one of the world’s leaders in optimization software and analytics solutions. We make your business more efficient, more predictable and more effective. Turning complex challenges into easy-to-use solutions.
ORTEC’s products and services result in optimized fleet routing and dispatch, vehicle and pallet loading, workforce scheduling, delivery forecasting, logistics network planning and warehouse control. ORTEC offers stand-alone, custom-made and SAP® certified and embedded solutions, supported by strategic partnerships.
We serve clients in almost every industry. And with 17 offices strategically located across 4 continents, we can deliver solutions on a global scale. Always underpinned by local know-how and service.
Working at ORTEC
ORTEC is an ambitious organization. Since our founding in 1981, we have grown to employ over 800 people at locations in Europe, the United States, Australia and Brazil. Most of our employees began working with us after completing their studies. The average ORTEC employee has a technical master or bachelor degree, a strongly developed capacity for analytical thinking and the drive to understand problems and then to solve them. The company’s organizational structure is flat, with short lines of communication. The atmosphere is open and informal, which forms an excellent basis for a productive working environment.
You are invited to attend social activities organized by our employees association, and the Friday afternoon drinks in our own ORTap. Furthermore an excursion for your department or ORTEC as a whole is organized annually, such as the Christmas breakfast or a barbecue at one of the founders’ homes. And in addition to the (Young) Professionals Development Program, each month Young ORTEC organizes activities to help develop your talent, increase your knowledge and expand your network.
Students and starters
We are always looking for ambitious students/starters who have affinity with IT, optimization and logistics. There are different possibilities for students. As a student you can do a (graduation) internship and/or work part-time as a student assistant.