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Белая ворона - Infopulse Ukraine - Netflix
Infopulse (also known as Infopulse Ukraine LLC) is an international software development, IT Operations and IT outsourcing company headquartered in Kiev, Ukraine. As of June 2018, the company has 1,800+ specialists and a number of software development centers, sales centers and branch offices in 8 countries across Europe and Middle East. The company was founded in 1991 in Kiev, Ukraine by Aleksey Sigov and Andrey Anissimov. In 2007 Infopulse became a part of Norwegian information technology company EDB Business Partner ASA. After a 2010 merger of EDB with a Nordic corporation ErgoGroup, in 2011 Infopulse became 100% owned subsidiary of the newly formed information technology company EDB ErgoGroup ASA, currently known as EVRY. Infopulse specializes in application management and IT infrastructure management, software research and development, software maintenance and ITO. The company also offers Business Process Outsourcing services, Application Packaging services, development of mobile applications and software as well as IT consulting services. Infopulse is an active member of the Ukrainian Hi-Tech Initiative, EBA and Lviv IT Cluster - non-profit organizations, uniting IT outsourcing companies, organizations and experts specializing in information technologies.
Белая ворона - Charity Causes - Netflix
Infopulse actively takes part in various charity projects by helping orphans, disabled military veterans, older people, people with Down syndrome and supporting national charity organizations. The “Down Syndrome” project. Infopulse together with the Ukrainian Down Syndrome Organization (UDSO) and Down Syndrome Education International (DSEI) launched a long-term charity project in 2010 to help children and people with Down Syndrome in Ukraine. This project raises funds for early development programs and other charity causes through a series of charity events, and aims to spread information and improve public awareness about Down syndrome, by organizing Down syndrome conferences and other related events. Psychosocial Rehabilitation Centre for military. In December 2015 Infopulse with other international and Ukrainian institutions officially opened the Psychosocial Rehabilitation Centre which will help war heroes, relocated families, their children and all people, affected by the armed conflict in the Eastern Ukraine. Center’s premises were renovated, refurnished and equipped in accordance with modern WHO and UNICEF standards.
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