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GlobalLogic reports 32% increase in the company’s annual Ukraine revenues in 2018
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Kyiv, Ukraine, Sun, May 19, 2019
IT company GlobalLogic Ukraine in 2018 saw a 32% rise in revenue, which is higher than average growth, the company has said.
“Ukraine occupies an important place in the regional structure of companies. In the past calendar year, GlobalLogic’s revenue in Ukraine grew by 32%, while the local IT market is growing by an average of 20-25% per year. Similarly, our profit increased, which we do not derive from the country, and fully use for business development in Ukraine,” Managing Director of GlobalLogic in Central and Eastern Europe Ihor Beda said.
According to him, the company expects that further consolidation of efforts in Central and Eastern Europe will increase the growth of the company’s performance and investment opportunities in the region.
Following the results of the past fiscal year (April 1, 2018 – March 31, 2019), the business of the GlobalLogic group of companies in Central and Eastern Europe grew by 27.6%. At the same time, the region accounts for 46.6% of the total revenue of the group of companies in the past financial year.
“Within the region, which includes 13 engineering centers in Ukraine, Poland, Slovakia and Croatia, only last year the group of companies invested $1.5 million in professional development and training of local specialists. A significant part of these investments falls on engineering talents in Ukraine,” the company said.
As reported, GlobalLogic is consolidating its business by combining 13 local development centers in the single region of Central and Eastern Europe, which will be headed by senior vice president of the company Ihor Beda, who has been the GlobalLogic Managing Director in Ukraine since 2014.
GlobalLogic Ukraine is the largest software developer in Ukraine. It has offices in Kyiv, Kharkiv, Lviv, and Mykolaiv.