Earlier this month Violin Memory, a Silicon Valley-based company based that designs and manufactures computer data storage products, announced a strategic partnership with GlobalLogic, a leader in digital product development services.
The GlobalLogic engineering center in Kyiv (Kiev) has already begun working with Violin Memory on software QA. Operations will be expanded to other areas of product development starting from this month, according to Violin Memory’s press release.
“American-Ukrainian startup People.ai is emerging from stealth,” writes TechCrunch in an interview with this startup’s Ukrainian founder, Oleg Roginskyy.
People.ai’s solution helps sales person benchmark their skills, track their improvement and receive personalized advice to become “sales rockstars.”
One the best IT events in the country, Lviv IT Arena 2016 will hold its third edition on September 30 – October 2 in the western Ukrainian city of Lviv (Lvov). The conference will bring together more than 2,500 tech lovers from Ukraine and Eastern Europe.
Unlike the previous editions, this year the majority of speakers will represent western markets and businesses. The conference will be held in English.
DataProm, a startup which started two years ago in Dnipropetrovsk, Eastern Ukraine with just half a million USD in funding, is now providing its Big Data solution to e-commerce companies far beyond its native market.
In this exchange with Ukraine Digital News, DataProm’s founder Anton Vokrug shared his vision of the growing role of Big Data in e-commerce. He also spoke about how his company got its first clients in Asia, taking advantage of the absence of western competitors in the region.
Launched by serial entrepreneur Oleg Roginskyy, People.ai helps sales person benchmark their skills, track their improvement and receive personalized advice to become “sales rockstars.”
In addition, the technology can match the right candidates to the right companies, “making hiring easier, faster, and more objective than ever before,” according to the startup.
A Kyiv (Kiev)-based startup has just launched a media content optimization solution for mobile applications called ‘Pixpie.’ By speeding up content loading, this technology delivers pictures “2-4 times faster than typical content delivery networks” (CDN), the startup claims.
In addition, Pixpie, which handles storage of app content, helps mobile app developers offload their servers and improve server performance. App developers may also expect “simplified media management” thanks to Pixpie’s CMS solution, while various effects can be applied to images (such as blur, rounded corners, and many others).
The 7th edition of Agile Eastern Europe Conference, the region’s largest annual conference targeting Agile/Scrum professionals, will be held on April 8-9 in Kyiv (Kiev).
The conference aims to integrate Eastern European experts and practitioners into the global Agile community. About a half of conference speakers are well-known industry professionals from the USA, Canada and Western Europe.
Established in 2002 in Poland, Plagiat is entering Ukrainian market. The company claims to have installed its software in more than 250 universities of eight countries so far, including Poland and Romania, as reported by Ukrainian tech blog AIN.UA.
Ukraine has been chosen as the next step of Plagiat’s international expansion as Ukraine and Poland have a common border and similar problems, company representatives said.
The Ukrainian Redevelopment Fund, a private investment vehicle launched by US businessman and philanthropist George Soros earlier this year, has announced its acquisition of “a significant equity stake” in Ciklum, a major software engineering company operating globally from its main office in Kyiv (Kiev).
The Ukrainian Redevelopment Fund is set to acquire the entire stake held by Horizon Capital, a leading Ukrainian private equity fund manager, as well as an undisclosed portion of the stake held by Majgaard Holdings Ltd. No capital injection is taking place.