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Here is a collection of well-funded tech companies and startups that fully or partially outsource development to Ukraine through their own R&D or outsourcing vendors.
Only companies that raised over $3 mln in funds have been included to the list and only those that can be identified in public sources as companies that outsource.
What they do: Smartling is a translation management software.
What’s interesting about them: This company operates a cloud-based software platform that streamlines the process of creating and delivering multilingual content to customers anywhere in the world.
It counts Vimeo, Foursquare, GoPro, Pinterest, Kodak, TED, Spotify, Shutterstock, SlideShare and many other famous brands among its clients.
What they do: SHAPE offers products available worldwide under a broad range of categories including instant messaging, social networking, productivity, utilities, entertainment, media apps and web services.
What’s interesting about them: SHAPE claims to be a leading cross-platform independent software vendor and web-based services provider.
Throughout the years, the company’s products have been preloaded on mobile devices from leading manufacturing companies.
What they do: Jelastic, Inc., provides enterprise software that enhances the economics of cloud deployment and management.
What’s interesting about them: Jelastic delivered the industry’s first integrated Platform-as-Infrastructure solution, combining the flexibility of IaaS with easy to use PaaS, within a single platform for a fraction of the cost of existing virtualized environments.
4) Currency Cloud
What they do: Currency Cloud delivers cross border payments as a cloud service.
What’s interesting about them: The company has moved $5bn of international payments in over 24 months. Since launch, the number of transactions has increased twelvefold.
5) Elementum SCM
What they do: Elementum helps to manage supply chains with cloud apps that simplify monitoring, order automation, risk management, and collaboration.
What’s interesting about them: Elementum has a close partnership with one of the biggest supply chains in the world and was included in the list of most interesting full stack graph startups in 2014.
What they do: Viewdle is a mobile-focused visual analysis company that creates computer vision and recognition technologies for consumer products.
What’s interesting about them: Viewdle was acquired by Google’s Motorola Mobility in 2012, the leading imaging & gesture recognition company at the time, for estimated $30m to $45m range.
What they do: DisclosureNet™ provides cloud-based and in-house enterprise disclosure management solutions and services that help improve efficiency, accuracy, control, and reduce risk in internal and external reporting.
What’s interesting about them: What sets the company apart from others is that DisclosureNet enhances disclosure management with the ability to conduct peer comparisons and XBRL analyses, while providing access to accounting standards, rules and regulations.
What they do: CloudMade is a location platform that serves the automotive and consumer electronics industries and the world’s app developers.
What’s interesting about them: It serves 45,000 app developers and counting, as well as global OEMs and enterprises like Magellan, Motorola, Medion, SAP, and Siemens.
CloudMade provides automotive manufacturers, OEM consumer electronic companies, and apps developers with a range of innovative tools and APIs that let them create unique location based devices and applications across all major web and mobile platforms.
What they do: AdsWizz is a leading global technology company that provides advertising solutions for digital radio and audio industries.
What’s interesting about them: The company’s clients include Coca Cola and Dell. Recently, HARMAN collaborated with the company to deliver targeted advertising via Aha Radio. Deezer, a top music-streaming service, has also joined the partnership list in 2014.