PLVision, a leading software product development services company, specializing in Computer Networking, Embedded Systems and IoT Connectivity, recently opened an office in Kyiv, Ukraine. This new site will add to PLVision’s expansion in Ukraine to help accommodate the company’s rapid growth while benefiting from the local high-technology talent pool.
PLVision has its headquarters in Lviv, as well as a development center in Odesa and a representative office in Krakow, Poland. The number and scale of the company’s projects are expanding and so is its portfolio of customers –global leaders of the networking equipment industry and ambitious startups (Israel, USA, E.U. countries). Therefore, the opening of a new office in Kyiv meets the company’s needs perfectly.
PLVision’s focus remains on the development of software products based on popular, open-source Network Operating Systems: SONiC (initiated by Microsoft) and DENT OS (initiated by Amazon). Working with these open-source systems provides an opportunity to collaborate with top technology experts around the world within the open-source community. PLVision offers dynamic pre-project training programs for new professionals, enabling a smooth transition to the high-demand and interesting Networking domain.
The company has now welcomed onboard in Kyiv a new Delivery Director, Dmytro Kyselyov, an experienced technology leader. The plan is to scale the initial team quickly by adding a few engineering and managerial roles.
“I am excited to be joining this exceptional team, as well as leading its new strategic location,” said Dmytro Kyselyov, Delivery Director and Head of the Kyiv Office. “Our capital is a prominent hub, rich with technical talent from prestigious universities and leading high-tech companies, leadership capabilities and business infrastructure. Therefore, the decision to expand to Kyiv was a logical step in executing PLVision’s long-term goals”.
PLVision’s new office is located in a modern, spacious and well-equipped “Kooperativ” business center within a 15-minute walk from the Golden Gate subway station.