SoftServe was founded in 1993 by a few post-graduate students of Lviv Polytechnic. It started as a software development company with headquarters in Lviv. The first SoftServe’s client was General Electric. The company opened its first office in the United States in 2000.
One of the turning points in company’s history was cooperation with Microsoft in Microsoft Bird’s Eye service development in 2003. The solution used the same concept that was later deployed by Google for its Google Street View. It was presented at the Microsoft’s annual conference by Bill Gates to showcase how business applications could be developed by technology corporations.
In 2006, SoftServe became Ukraine’s first company to establish a corporate university. Since then, SoftServe University empowers associates by providing effective IT, managerial, and leadership skills training and helping each of them achieve vital strategic goals
In 2014 SoftServe opened offices or development centers in London, Amsterdam, Sofia, Wroclaw, and Stockholm. Also in 2014, the company acquired Amsterdam-based tech services firm Initium Consulting Group BV. It was founded in 2012 and served mainly healthcare and private equity industries. In early 2017, SoftServe acquired Coders Center, a privately held enterprise technology firm headquartered in Poland with four offices in Poland and affiliated offices in London, New York, Sweden, and Germany.
Industries: Healthcare, Financial Services, Retail, Media & Entertainment, Software, Smart Manufacturing, Energy, Oil & Gas
Associates: 8 000+
Technologies: Engineering Services, Cloud & DevOps, Big Data & Analytics, AI&ML, IoT, Experience Design, Cybersecurity, Blockchain, Experience Platforms, Extended Reality (XR).