QArea is a Ukrainian software development and testing outsourcing company. Launched in 2001, QArea has successfully completed hundreds of ambitious projects. The company’s key clients include Microsoft, Skype, eBay, and HuffPost. QArea operates from several offices in Ukraine, including one in Lviv, and has over 350 employees.
Since the first day of the war, the whole QArea team has been actively involved in defending Ukraine and helping those in need. Some employees have joined the Ukrainian army and local Territorial defense groups. Some are collecting and distributing humanitarian aid to the Ukrainian citizens most affected by the war. And many of the QArea team members are fighting in the digital front lines. Moreover, all employees regularly make donations to the Ukrainian army and humanitarian causes.
Max Zorian, QArea’s CEO, adds that he is personally appalled by the unprovoked attack Russia launched on Ukrainian freedom and territorial integrity. To continue the ongoing economic and social isolation of Russia as an aggressor country, Max Zorian is now involved in developing a project dedicated to detecting international companies that still conduct business in Russia, thus directly sponsoring the attacks on Ukraine.
“Now it’s vitally important for all IT companies to unite and give mutual support to each other, aimed at resisting Russian aggression more effectively. Being a member of Lviv IT Cluster is a huge step in QArea’s integration into the powerful Lviv IT community”, says Max Zorian, CEO at QArea.
“We are pleased that our community gains new members, willing to develop the IT industry in Lviv, and sharing similar values to ours, such as supporting democracy and Ukraine, as well as encouraging companies to stop any business in Russia, which is an important contribution to the end of war” comments Stepan Veselovskyi, CEO at Lviv IT Cluster.