Intellias Scored in Top 15 Largest Ukrainian IT Companies
Remarkably, Intellias has kept its position as one of the top five fastest-growing companies among those in the top 50 IT companies list. Intellias added 200 engineers between January and July and continues growing its engineering capacity in Ukraine. By keeping this tempo, Intellias plans to reach one of the top 10 positions this year.
Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, boasts offices for 43 of the country’s largest IT companies. Lviv, home to Intellias headquarters, ranks second with 21 large IT companies. Intellias has offices in both Kyiv and Lviv, helping the company to access a wider talent market for stable growth. The company continues to grow further by adding up to 50 developers every month.
DOU.ua (Developers.Org.UA) is the largest IT community in Ukraine and is a powerful influencer in the software engineering industry. The platform benchmarks Ukrainian software development companies, publishes regular ratings of the leading IT employers in Ukraine, and is the most important national media hub for tech news and industry updates.
Intellias (https://www.intellias.com/) is a software engineering company with nearshore development centers in the Ukrainian cities of Lviv, Kyiv, and Odessa. Intellias has 15 years of experience in the DACH and Benelux countries, the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada. KPMG has highlighted Intellias as one of the leading IT-BPO providers in Lviv. The company has also been recognized by Inc. 5000 as one of the fastest-growing privately held companies in Europe.
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