In spite of the war, Ukraine continues asserting itself as a global software development powerhouse. Intellias, one of the country’s major IT service firms, yesterday announced a new development center in Pune, India.
Founded two decades ago, the firm now has a global presence with 15 offices in Europe — from Kyiv, to Berlin, to Malaga, — two in the US, and two in the Middle-East. It employs globally 3,200 professionals, including 60% of senior-level engineers.
Among other Ukrainian IT service companies having recently opened offices abroad recently are Miratech (Bangalore, Toronto), N-iX (Krakow), Yalantis (Warsaw) and Creatio (Warsaw).
The Ukrainian IT sector has demonstrated a remarkable resilience during the war, with the country’s IT service export volume reaching an all-time record in 2022.