Digital
Transformation
journey

We are a global digital transformation tech company.

We create digital solutions powered by innovative technologies and incorporate emerging trends to help businesses transform and grow.
01

Augment
your
team

Extend your software development and support teams with Innovecs’ experienced engineers. We’ll partner and align seamlessly within your business.

02

Build
customized
solutions

By outsourcing discrete software development services and support requirements to Innovecs, you will be able to focus your attention on your core business.

03

Scale
your
business

Partner with Innovecs – a software development company – to jointly design, engineer, deliver and support solutions, vital in your digitalization journey.

Our
Process
01

Discover

Commence your partnership with Innovecs' R&D consultants. They work collaboratively with your business and technology units, to analyze and design a strong, scalable and fit for purpose product specification and architecture. As a software development service provider, we leverage our expertise in dedicated technologies and industries, to design a variety of solutions. We customize ready-made tools, enhance data management, make integrations into existing and 3rd party systems, and develop brand new products from scratch.

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Design

We use iterative agile software development approaches. They allow us to flexibly react to changing needs, whilst maintaining best practice delivery cadence. Our experienced managers work with client stakeholders, governing projects with daily standups and weekly reporting. To ensure the highest quality software development services, our engineers are constantly synchronized with R&D to follow the latest cutting edge trends. If the development process unveils any opportunities for innovation improvements, they are implemented within the solution itself upon the client’s approval.

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Deliver

Rest assured that your project will be delivered on time, budget, and within the specified requirements. If you created a new solution from scratch, our software developers and QA engineers will help optimize the solution’s performance once it is deployed. For customizations, we seamlessly integrate the new solution with an existing one to mitigate any challenges caused by the adoption of a new tool. On the production stage, our DevOps engineers can support your solution 24/7 and developers can help with some refinements if required whilst ensuring your solution remain bug free.

04

Drive

We help businesses scale by enhancing and expanding their products. We assess the environment, identify existing bottlenecks, devise an effective approach on improvements, and deliver a custom solution regardless of its complexity. We also manage all the operations during the entire software development process to make it smooth and effortless. By outsourcing software development to Innovecs, you can concentrate on achieving your business goals instead of spending your valuable time and resources solving technical issues.

INDUSTRY EXPERTS ABOUT US

We are a software development company that builds enterprise-grade solutions for businesses across the globe. We can either create tools from scratch or customize your enterprise-scale products.

  • Supply Chain & Logistics
  • Retail & Ecommerce
  • HealthTech
  • Media & Ad Tech
  • FinTech
  • Gaming & Entertainment
turbine
Ironsource
zynga
United States Cold Storage
Captify
upstox
Emerge TMS

EXCELLENCE RECOGNIZED

Our software development company has a global presence, with offices in the USA, UK, and Israel. Innovecs is recognized as one of the fastest-growing outsourcing companies in the USA. Our R&D and software development teams are located in Ukraine and employ more than 700 engineers.

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Australia
Sydney
18 Grosvenor St,
The Rocks NSW 2000, Sydney
United Kingdom
LONDON
80-83 Long Lane
London, EC1A9ET
Office: +44-207-099-58-28
USA
California
201 Spear Street Suite 1100
San Francisco, CA 94105
Office: +1-415-900-12-92
New York
3 Columbus Circle, 15th Floor,
New York, NY 10019
Office: +1-732-791-58-07
Minneapolis
Edina Business Plaza 7550 France Avenue South,
Edina, MN 55435
Miami
3363 NE 163 Street, Suite 611
North Miami Beach, FL, 33160 Office: +1-732-791-58-07
Israel
TEL-AVIV
23 Menachem Begin Road
Levinstein Tower, Tel-Aviv, 6618356
Office: +972-3-915-07-17
Ukraine
KYIV
6-Z, Vatslava Havela Boulevard
Kyiv, Ukraine, 03142
Sales: +38-044-593-77-95
Office: +38-044-593-77-94
Mykolayiv
59A Shevchenka Street
office 601-602, Mykolayiv, Ukraine, 54001
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Svitlana Rumiantseva, Project Manager: "I want to see happiness around. And it is usually in small things"
Who did you dream of becoming as a child? I dreamed of becoming a lawyer and defending people’s rights. The most challenging question for me has always been whether I could defend the guilty. I haven’t come up with an answer, even after graduation. Back in the day, I wanted to be a lawyer to uphold justice. How important is family support in becoming an individual and a professional? Were you supported in choosing a career path? Support is critical. Its impact is difficult to overestimate. I realized this, probably at the age of 27. Since I wanted to be a lawyer, I went to study at the law academy. At the end of the fifth year, I realized that I would not be a lawyer. Politics and public administration seemed more interesting to me. My family didn’t stop me; it was me who thought, “Why did I study at all?”. Then I continued my studies, and after graduate school, I did a degree in a completely different specialty — political science. Obviously, I am not a political scientist now. However, during my postgraduate studies, I began to study management not only in the state but also in the project type, which I really liked. Now I want to thank my family, who did not reproach me about the time spent, telling me something like: “You’ve wasted ten years, both specialties are no longer needed, and you are in the middle of nowhere.” Therefore, support is vital. And even if support is not active but passive — being able not to interfere with the development of others. What qualities do you think are most important in your profession? It’s sociability and everything that no one reads in the classic “proper” resume. Stress resistance, purposefulness — these are the qualities. On the one hand, this is a pun, but in fact, a lot is built on those features. Also, I would point out multitasking and the ability to react quickly to circumstances. If something is already out of control, you must first respond to the problem, and only then be afraid that something may not work out. I adore myself for being optimistic. I vote for giggling once more than falling into depression, which no one needs. Practice shows that it is difficult to get angry, despair, and give up when someone smiles and supports you. So is this your superpower that helps you, the team, and inspires other people? Maybe. It’s always good to have someone around who can say with a smile, “It’s no big deal. We’ll figure it out together.” If I can be this person for my surroundings, that’s great. What does your typical workday look like? Sometimes it seems that all working days are the same, but it is nothing like that in reality. Every day is about communicating with numerous people, solving problems, questions, planning for the future, and monitoring what went wrong. Of course, all this is mixed with letters, reports, processing and writing documentation, maintaining contact with all stakeholders. In other words, each of my days is very different and very similar to the previous ones at the same time. What challenges do you encounter in your daily work? As a rule, the most difficult is the challenge of the communication type: to agree, encourage, persuade, approve. Negotiation issues are the most difficult, as they often lie in different areas, for example, the team or the customers. It is imperative to understand everyone and reach a win-win condition. Generally speaking, what is the most difficult thing in your work? Having time and choosing a quality solution in specific conditions. The main task of the manager and me, in particular, is to create the most productive working conditions so that everything is done under the agreement. Sometimes it is necessary to do it before a specific time, on a certain date, or to ease the team’s workload, giving up everything and paying attention to a particular issue. In addition, I have to call everyone, discuss everything, help, and so on. Therefore, the most difficult thing is to squeeze in 24 hours. What helps you in this? It’s the priority system: first, we do the important thing, then comes another important thing, but the one that can wait a bit. Often, tasks that directly affect customers are automatically prioritized. Likewise, the same pertains to controversial issues within the team. I try to plan the day in a way that I deal with work blockages by noon and then do the rest. Therefore, prioritization is our everything. And what is most interesting in your work? Each challenge is exciting in its own way. The most remarkable people constantly surround me; thus, communication is the most complex and exciting. Daily contact with the team and stakeholders always encourages self-development because I learn a lot from them. I am driven by challenges, the process of solving them, and reaching the result. And how do you feel when you see the result? This is the feeling of Zen. We move toward it every day, solving some problems along the way. I rejoice when I see the results of my work and manage to help the team and clients; when the team flaunts its achievements, I see the clients’ positive emotions caused by us. Every little victory is very inspiring. How do you assess the cohesion of your team? How does this affect the result and quality of the task performed? We have a very friendly team, and I think that’s crucial. There are managers supporting work processes in the team purely, but I favor the atmosphere in the team that is family-like and friendly. When you work in cohesion, everyone has a common goal, vision, and one desired result. Unity means you understand each other right away. Everyone knows each other’s thoughts, who does what, what one enjoys and wants. And this motivates me to get things done, help instead of blocking or setting someone up. I like that we have such an atmosphere throughout the gaming division, regardless of the project. Is there a practice in your team where everyone can freely speak their minds? Sure, but certain filtering must be considered, of course — turning information into positive. If it is critical feedback, then it should be constructive. Everyone is mindful of politeness and diplomacy. We focus not only on the result and teamwork but also on personal growth, so everyone is happy to receive constructive feedback on the work. In your opinion, how will technology change your profession in the future? Hopefully, for the better. Developing new games, in any case, will require constant communication and creativity, so it would be nice to see technology help engage the team. Lack of communication can be particularly acute in the distributed and remote teams. I hope that in the future, thanks to technology, we will see: An opportunity to invest less time in the development of new content and have more time for learning, self-development, and family; Technologies becoming lighter and more intuitive for use by both developers and non-technicians; Remote mode getting more smooth and convenient. I totally would like to see positive changes in the remote mode, not only maintaining but also improving the team’s engagement regardless of location. I’d be interested in seeing what it would look like in 5-10 years. But I am positive that communication will remain in the foreground. How should one start learning your profession? I would advise being curious and trying to stay like that all the time. It is essential to read, listen, communicate with people in this field as much as possible. This is how theory is developed as a basis for the practical use of skills. For example, I started my journey as a project coordinator in website development, and in my free time, I practiced making prototypes and mockups. First, I recreated popular services and then came up with my own schemes. Therefore, there are three pillars: curiosity, theory, and practice. What are you studying now, and what would you like to learn in the future? Today I learn everything from my team. Since I am not a technical person, I have an open field of new knowledge and skills in front of me, and I am happy to learn how everything works. In addition, project tasks encourage me to deal with a variety of tools. I have a lot of interesting work ahead that is related to the marketing and analytics of the product we are working on. I have to learn a lot of new things. But this is awesome. In fact, there are a million areas where you can (and in a certain period of time — should) develop. That is, the novelty does not scare you? It is very unreasonable to think that one can know everything. On the contrary, it is essential to be clear about how little you know because that is what motivates you to develop and constantly grow your value. Is there a work/life balance and clear boundaries between work and life outside it? I have no clear borderline between work and life. I can even say that I’ve never had one. Furthermore, I often think about work at home, on weekends, and during vacation. It isn’t easy to let it go because I also plan everything at home. Work and private life always intersect, and so far, I can’t say that it bothers me very much. I may want to draw the line someday, but now it seems difficult to do so for a managerial position. Sometimes a reaction to external or internal issues is required at a very unexpected moment. Do you have new hobbies/hobbies/activities since joining Innovecs? Probably not. However, I assume that the Innovecs’ environment encouraged me to move from dream to action. Thanks partly to my colleagues, I decided to buy a motorcycle. We took trips with our Moto Community, and it was incredible. It seems that if it were not for this motivation from the Community, I would not have dared to buy a motorcycle this moto-season. Innovecs is great no matter what you do and what you would like to do. A variety of Communities constantly is a call to action. You can’t be inert. What inspires you? I’m looking for inspiration in the results. They motivate me to move on to new achievements. I can’t stand still, and I feel bad if nothing happens for half a day. In general, I am very grateful to my colleagues because if I seem to give up at a certain point, the team comes with results and achievements and invigorates me. It’s a kind of perpetual motion machine. What motivates you to stay at Innovecs? People and growth. At Innovecs, our gaming division is hugely passionate. I want to come here, and I don’t want to leave. Which of Innovecs’ corporate culture do you like the most? Innovecs culture is based on people. Our SPECIFIC DNA perfectly reflects a focus on the people we are looking for in teams. Working at Innovecs, I feel that the team, colleagues, and I are treated as individuals with their own interests in the first place, but not as a resource that can be replaced (although business is business). For me, this attitude is important, because we spend most of our time at work. What makes you a happy person? A little of this and that, and everything that does not kill. I love life. I have great friends, a work environment, a family, and I have a hobby — all this inspires and makes me happy. What do you dream about today? Right now, I dream of going to the ocean for the New Year’s celebration. In general, I dream of always being able to fulfill my desires. And I want to see happiness around. And it is usually in small things.  
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