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In the past ten years, Ukraine has seen a huge outbreak in the development of tech industry, especially in outsourcing, R&D, and e-commerce.Read more at itarena.ua
Not many Ukrainian companies can boast about being as old as the country’s independence. ELEKS is one that can, as the firm was set up in 1991 by Oleksiy Skrypnyk & Son and over the last 25 years it has become one of the country’s largest IT firms.Read more at emerging-europe.com
ELEKS developed a cool project that could prove attractive to Star Wars fans. The company has shared a video showing how you can control a Sphero robotic ball using your hands (or using the Force).Read more at gadgetify.com
ELEKS' connected car experiment with Apple Watch to control Tesla Model S has been featured in the article by Wall Street Pit, a leading financial blog covering the economy, markets, and global finance.Read more at wallstreetpit.com
Ruslan Zakharchenko, Chief Executive Officer at ELEKS, spoke with KyivPost about the company’s inception, development and recent achievements.Read more at kyivpost.com
ELEKS has been recognized among the Ukraine’s top 25 most famous, useful and successful tech-related innovations and e-commerce companies according to KyivPost.Read more at kyivpost.com
This unique research represents a comprehensive overview of the Ukrainian IT outsourcing and software R&D capacities in 2015.Read more at uadn.net
Sev Onyshkevych, Chief Marketing Officer at ELEKS, spoke with GrowthCap about how Ukrainian software engineers are differentiating themselves in the field of Data Science.Read more at growthcap.co
The Christmas holidays were upon us, a festive season to share with friends and family. Or, if you’re a geek like us, with your RnD team at ELEKS, developing a new 3D mobile web game for Google Cardboard.Read more at thefwa.com
Now that the latest film in the Star Wars franchise has been released, the developers at ELEKS Labs have decided to unleash the Force in all of us—provided we have a Kinect for Xbox One sensor, a Sphero 2.0, and a nifty app that they developed and posted on GitHub.Read more at blogs.msdn.microsoft.com
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