A Historical Insight about Infopulse – from present to past
January 2016 – Infopulse passes ISAE 3402 Type II External Audit.
November 2015 – Infopulse reconfirms compliance of Unified Management System with the requirements of the following international standards: PAS 99, ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015, and ISO 27001:2013.
August 2015 – Infopulse strengthens its local presence in Europe by acquiring a delivery company in Varna, Bulgaria.
March 2015 – The Company successfully passes International Standard on Assurance Engagements (ISAE) 3402 Type I Audit.
January 2015 – The Company’s staff reaches 1,200+ professionals.
December 2014 – Infopulse successfully passes external audit, re-confirms its full compliance with ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 standards, and achieves ISO 27001:2013 and PAS 99 certifications.
October 2014 – Infopulse becomes Microsoft Gold Certified Partner in new competences: Gold Application Development, Gold Data Platform, Gold Midmarket Solution Provider, Gold Datacenter, and Gold Collaboration and Content.
January 2014 – Infopulse successfully undergoes EcoVadis evaluation, proving its level of maturity in social responsibility and environmental protection.
September 2013 — Infopulse reaches 1,000 professionals ‘on board’, demonstrating stable growth during the past 20 years.
March 2013 – Infopulse opens a subsidiary in Germany.
April 2012 – Infopulse becomes the first Ukrainian company with CBSI status.
March 2012 — following the 2010 merger, EDB ErgoGroup has changed its name to EVRY, bringing to Infopulse a new corporate culture focused on creating value for both clients and society.
March 2011 – Infopulse joins European Business Association.
October 2010 – Infopulse has become a part of the merged EDB ErgoGroup ASA (now – EVRY ASA, Norway) with about 10,000 employees and annual turnover approaching NOK 13 billion.
July 2010 – Infopulse becomes a Cisco Certified Partner and IBM Premier Business partner.
April 2010 – Infopulse obtains the ISO 14001 international environmental certification.
January 2010 – Infopulse joins American Chamber of Commerce.
December 2009 – Infopulse successfully receives the ISO 9001:2008 certification.
October 2009 – Infopulse becomes an IBM advanced partner.
March 2009 — Infopulse extends its team to more than 600 professionals.
October 2007 – Infopulse becomes a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner.
September 11, 2007 — 60.1% of Infopulse shares were announced to have been bought by EDB. Infopulse was introduced to vast Scandinavian IT market and got involved into large IT projects for banks, insurance and transport companies in Northern Europe.
September 2006 — the company had negotiations with nine potential partners, two of which, Bull Corporation (France), and EDB (Scandinavia), were chosen for final consideration. EDB came out with the most competitive offer that implied common development of new business lines, in addition to typical capital investment.
2006 — the company’s management made the decision to search for a foreign partner and diversify the corporate income.
2006 – Partnership with EDB
End of 2005 – Infopulse employs 200+ specialists.
April 2004 — the company went through ISO 9001:2000 certification.
February 2004 — Infopulse became the official partner of Microsoft and IBM.
Spring 2000 was hallmarked with a new contract with Kyriba Corporation (France), which was the leader in the European IT market. The partnership provided the company with a stable annual turnover and staff growth by 30-35%.
1999 — The Ukrainian team gets vast access to the western market of IT services by partnering with a Netherlands-based company.
Summer 1997 — the company’s team already numbered 40 IT professionals.
1996-1997, the company won the World Bank tender to develop an internal information system for the Kyiv Tax Administration. The project became the first big independent project of the company.
By 1996 the company employed a team of professionals, each having vast experience of participation in foreign software development projects. Now it was high time for the company to make a name for itself on the international IT market.
1996 – start of Full-Scale Offshore Activity
February, 1992 — the company signed its first contract with a French company. The company offered outstaffing services at that time, i.e. provided production staff for the projects of other companies, and did not develop software on-site.
May, 1991 — Aleksey Sigov and Andrey Anissimov founded the company.