When you visit them or speak with them, they’re unique and feel very much like a Silicon Valley company in terms of atmosphere and environment. They have integrity, care about people, and treat them with respect. I genuinely love the guys and think they’re amazing. In a lot of ways, they’ve made our success happen. They commit, deliver, and go out of their way.
They bring in a fresh and modern approach that we don’t have. When it comes down to processes, Intellias asks the right questions and communicates frequently and promptly. Their professionalism and range of offerings has made for a great experience, they’re top-notch.
There has to be a deep understanding of our product and lots of connection with our business. And this is what I found at Intellias. Intellias is much more of a partner than a subcontractor. We have gone through a lot of milestones and they were very instrumental in achieving them.
We’re very pleased with Intellias in terms of quality, responsiveness, communication, and flexibility. Their company is just the right size to remain flexible to client needs. They’re very adjustable to our needs, and this was something we looked for in the beginning.
It was a turbulent year, yet something remained unchanged — our focus on delivering excellence. Home-based work haven’t reduced our passion for innovation and expertise gain. As a result, we approach 2021 with pride for all the awards and recognitions we’ve achieved over 2020. Among the most remarkable is a Silver Stevie® Award in the Product Awards category in the 17th Annual International Business Awards®. Intellias was also ranked 1st on the list of 156 Ukrainian software development companies by Clutch, an authoritative provider of B2B ratings and reviews. Not to mention GoodFirms recognition — one more proof of 2020 as a productive and successful year for Intellias.
We built an IT advisory and excellence organization to guide our clients through the adoption of digital strategies and the uncertainty that comes with techn innovations
We developed four internal projects that are game-changers on the tech market — CQRS Framework, IoT accelerator, eHealth solution, and object recognition software
We scaled our operational resilience to guide our clients through the global economic crisis and empower them to reset for growth with digital strategies beyond the pandemic
An industrial IoT platform enabling the fast and cost-effective development of IoT solutions and resilient, top-quality connectivity
A proprietary cloud-native architectural framework for creating massive event-driven microservice solutions in Azure Cloud
An innovative and futuristic healthcare concept powered by the Internet of Medical Things to prevent and manage chronic conditions
A software for detecting pedestrians and predicting their trajectories with the help of Kalman filtering to enhance mobility safety
Social distancing created new rules, but we adapted to them and continued sharing professional insights
VP and Head of the Technology Office at Intellias
Head of the IT Advisory and DevOps Group, Technology Office
VP of Business Competence and Services
Tech lead in the automated driving department
FinTech Industry Leader
Intellias was recognized as an Equal Opportunity Employer, as we promote solidarity and empower women in the leadership roles. Children’s rooms at our offices became a showcase of nurturing gender equality at HeForShe Congress 2020
Intellias equipped classrooms in Ukrainian schools and universities with computers and research labs to make education affordable for everyone. Our experts took part in social career guidance projects and educational initiatives like Hour of Code
Intellias became an ambassador of the Virtual Sustainable Development Goals Relay. We also supported sports activities, sponsored health-focused events, and organized children’s cycling races to encourage kids to get used to a healthy lifestyle
Intellias purchased 10,000 COVID-19 express test kits for Ukrainian hospitals and contributed funds for the United for Health initiative. We have also limited use of our offices and switched to work-from-home mode to slow the virus’s spread