In total, 150 of the biggest private Ukrainian companies and banks took part in a Forbes questionnaire about their key business indicators during the full-scale russian invasion. Factors taken into consideration included the number of employees, production volumes, the amount of taxes paid, the dynamics of network development, and other publicly available data.” Only IT-companies with 2500 or more employees were included in the list of businesses for analysis.
Due to the effective implementation of the company’s Business Continuity Plan, Intellias was able to restore delivery processes and continue to develop in Ukraine and abroad within just two weeks of the full-scale russian invasion. In fact, Intellias has recently announced the acquisition of Digitally Inspired, a fast-growing IT company with offices in Great Britain and Ukraine. This deal will strengthen Intellias expertise in the retail and eCommerce industries and bring the company closer to existing and potential clients in Great Britain.
This spring, Intellias opened a new office in the western Ukrainian city of Uzhhorod as well as three new offices in Poland — in Warsaw, Wroclaw, and Gdansk — in addition to our development center in Krakow that was opened in 2019. Furthermore, the company has opened development centers in Sofia, Bulgaria, and Zagreb, Croatia. This autumn, Intellias plans to set up development centers in Madrid and Malaga, Spain, and Lisbon and Porto, Portugal. Additionally, Intellias will soon announce the opening of new locations in more remote regions, namely India and Colombia.
The company hasn’t stopped hiring new specialists either. Currently, there are 200 open vacancies in the company, among which more than half are for Ukrainian specialists. After acquiring Digitally Inspired, the Intellias team grew to 3000 people.