Miratech’s clients are software houses, telecommunications companies, banks, trading companies, government institutions, and other organizations in more than 20 countries from Eastern Europe to Western Europe and North America. We are pleased to present here some of the organizations that have elected to work with Miratech:
The Generali Group is one of the leading global players in the insurance and financial products market. The Group is a leader in Italy, and Assicurazioni Generali, founded in 1831 in Trieste, is the Group's parent and principal operating company. The Generali Group operates in 68 countries, with a strong position in Western Europe. The company also has a significant presence in Germany, France, Austria, Spain, and Switzerland, as well as Israel and Argentina. The Generali Group provides services within all classes of insurance.
Genesys (an Alcatel-Lucent company)
Worldwide, Genesys is the top provider of call center software. Genesys has delivered call center software for over 12 years, pioneering the development of computer telephony integration (CTI) software and developing a range of award-winning products for live support and self-help. Genesys delivers hardware-independent, real-time customer interaction solutions, including the leading voice platform, to many of the world’s largest companies and most successful medium-sized businesses.
GenevaLogic is an international company that develops educational software products focused on the teacher and trainer. The company was recently acquired by Netop. GenevaLogic is a recognized leader in innovative classroom management solutions worldwide. Thousands of teachers and network administrators use MasterEye, the company’s leading product. The firm has over 20,000 clients from the education industry, and also provides solutions for such companies as DaimlerChrysler, Deutsche Telekom, SAP, Allianz, BMW, and UBS.
Founded in 1949 in Hungary as a state savings and commercial bank, OTP Bank Plc. is currently a universal bank offering a full range of banking services for individual and corporate clients. It maintains subsidiary banks in Bulgaria, Croatia, Montenegro, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, and Ukraine. OTP Group in Hungary comprises daughter companies to grant services in the fields of insurance, real estate, factoring, leasing and asset management, investment, and pension funds for nearly 11 million customers, through almost 1,000 branches in nine countries all over the world.
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. is a global leader in semiconductor, telecommunication, digital media, and digital convergence technologies. Employing approximately 88,000 people at 89 offices in 46 countries, the company consists of six main business units: Corporate Technology, Digital Appliance Business, Digital Media Business, LCD Business, Semiconductor Business, and Telecommunication Network Business. Recognized as one of the fastest growing global brands, Samsung Electronics is the world's largest producer of color monitors, color TVs, memory chips, and TFT-LCDs.
Siemens, headquartered in Berlin and Munich, is one of the world’s largest electrical engineering and electronics companies. Siemens provides innovative technologies and comprehensive expertise to benefit customers in 190 countries. Founded more than 150 years ago, the company is active in the areas of Information and Communications, Automation and Control, Power, Transportation, Medical, and Lighting.
Swedbank was founded in 1820, as Sweden’s first savings bank. Today, Swedbank has 9.5 million retail customers and 550,000 corporate customers, with 389 branches in Sweden, 235 branches in the Baltic countries, and 150 branches in Ukraine. The Group is also present in Copenhagen, Helsinki, Kaliningrad, Luxembourg, Marbella, Moscow, New York, Oslo, Shanghai, St. Petersburg, and Tokyo. As of September, 2009 the Group had total assets of SEK 815 billion and approximately 20,000 employees.
Bank Forum PJSC, established in 1994, offers a full range of banking services, adheres to current standards of the banking industry, and serves over 300,000 customers. The bank is one of the largest in Ukraine and one of the top 10 leaders of the domestic financial market. In 2008, the principal shareholder of the bank became Commerzbank Auslandsbanken Holding AG (Germany). The bank has a long history of experience with international financial organizations and relationships with many leading banks around the world. Since 2001, the bank has worked closely with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and has provided a number of joint programs to Ukraine. In 2005, Bank Forum privately placed 10 percent of its shares among foreign investors, and in 2006 released and placed Eurobonds.
The World Bank
The World Bank is one of the UN’s specialized agencies. The bank is made up of 184 member countries. "World Bank" is the name that has come to be used for the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) and the International Development Association (IDA).
Kyivstar is the largest national mobile communications operator in Ukraine. The company employs more than 4,100 specialists. Its network covers all cities and almost all villages, all main national and regional roads, and all major sea and river coasts of the country. The territory Kyivstar covers includes 99 percent of Ukraine’s population. The company provides GPRS services throughout its coverage territory in Ukraine, as well as international GPRS-roaming in 98 countries and 174 foreign operator networks. 56.52 percent of Kyivstar’s stock capital belongs to Telenor.
Ukrainian Ministry of Labor and Social Policy
The Ukrainian Ministry of Labor and Social Policy is the central executive organization coordinated by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine. The Ministry is the main organization of a system consisting of central executive bodies. These bodies ensure implementation of national policies concerning employment, social protection, social insurance, wage pricing, work measurement and stimulation, labor protection, retirement insurance, social service, social and labor relationships, workforce migration, etc.
MTS (formerly UMC)
MTS was the first mobile communications operator in Ukraine. Today it covers a territory that includes 99 percent of Ukraine’s population, and provides roaming services in most countries of the world, serving more than 20 million customers. Major capital investments of the company are directed to increasing capacity, expanding network coverage and optimization, developing innovative services, and improving the quality of service to subscribers.
First Ukrainian International Bank
First Ukrainian International Bank (FUIB) is a universal bank that has operated on the Ukrainian financial market since 1991. Pursuant to the classification of a national bank of Ukraine, based on key financial indicators, FUIB is among the largest banking institutions in the country, as well as one of the top 15 Ukrainian Banks. The bank's regional network covers almost the entire territory of Ukraine, accounting for 11 affiliations and 125 branches. The bank’s main shareholder is the company SCM Finance, part of SCM Group, one of the leading industrial holding companies in Ukraine and Eastern Europe.
Sberbank of Russian in Ukraine
SBERBANK OF RUSSIA JSC is the assignee of all rights and responsibilities of the closed joint-stock company, Commercial Bank NRB-Ukraine, of the closed joint-stock company, BANK NRB, and of the closed joint-stock company, AFFILIATE BANK of the SBERBANK of RUSSIA. The bank was registered by the National Bank of Ukraine on June 15, 2001. The shareholder of the bank is the Sberbank of Russia, which possesses 100 percent of the bank’s authorized capital.
State Property Fund of Ukraine
The State Property Fund of Ukraine belongs to central executive bodies of the Ukrainian government and carries out national policies in the field of state property privatization. The Fund’s major goals are protection of Ukraine’s property rights within and outside its territory; creation of joint ventures; and creation of conditions beneficial for the economy de-monopolization process and for competition between producers of goods and services.
Raiffeisen Bank Aval
Raiffeisen Bank Aval Public JSC is part of the Raiffeisen Bank International AG and one of the largest banks in Ukraine. A broad range of standard and innovative banking services are provided through a nationwide network, which included 953 branches as of January 1, 2010. The Kyiv Post has repeatedly named it the best bank in the capital, based on the results of surveys conducted among its readers. Both local and foreign experts rank Raiffeisen Bank Aval among the top Ukrainian banks, based on the criteria of trust and recognition.
Home Credit Bank
Home Credit Bank (formerly Agrobank JSC) has recently been acquired by Platinum Bank. It is a universal international bank that provides services to private and corporate clients. According to the Ukrainian Credit Rating agency, which analyzes the safety of banks’ deposits monthly, Home Credit Bank deposits were rated as highly safe each month, starting in February, 2009. The bank is a member of the Ukrainian Deposit Guarantee Fund.
Philips was founded in 1891 in Netherlands with the mission of manufacturing incandescent light bulbs. Currently the company’s products include an assortment, from household appliances to healthcare equipment to mother and child care products. Employees have developed many inventions that have been used to create the company’s products. The company is in the process of building a new brand that reflects its achievements in the areas of healthcare equipment, lighting, and consumer goods. Philips’ strategy is focused on improving people’s health and well-being through the introduction of meaningful innovations. The company’s partners include Nivea, Sara Lee, Swarovski, AT&T, Williams Formula One, and Inbev.
IBM is a multinational technology and consulting company headquartered in the U.S. It is one of the world’s largest manufacturers and providers of hardware and software. IBM was set up in 1911 as the Computing Tabulating Recording Corporation and initially produced a wide range of electrical equipment. In 2010 Fortune ranked IBM the 20th largest firm in the U.S. The range of IBM software includes, but is not limited to, advanced analytics; analytic applications; application infrastructure; network and service assurance; portfolio, product, and project management; data management; social software; etc. Recently IBM has acquired the international audit and consultancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers which demonstrates the company’s shift to consulting services.
Hewlett-Packard’s portfolio spans personal computing, software, IT infrastructure, and printing. The company’s clientele comprises more than 1 billion people in over 170 countries all over the world. HP offers technological solutions for homes, small and medium businesses, large enterprise businesses, and graphic arts products. In 2010 Hewlett-Packard was ranked 10th by Fortune.
AeroSvit-Ukrainian Airlines has the largest international route network among all national air transport operators. The company is expanding and exploring new markets by using modern IT solutions. AeroSvit was the first operator from CIS countries that introduced online ticket sales and the option to pay via phone. The company is a member of the European Business Association (EBA).
Marfin Bank is part of a large European financial group, Marfin Popular Bank (Cyprus). The Ukrainian Credit Rating agency has given Marfin Bank the highest possible rating for its deposit safety. Currently the bank is represented by 63 branches in nine of the largest cities inUkraine. Marfin Bank offers the full scope of banking services, ensuring its financial stability. Information about Marfin Bank is featured in the comprehensive banker’s reference, Thomson Bank Directory.
The BNP Paribas Group acquired 99.99 percent of UkrSibbank in 2006. The integration has provided new opportunities for the bank to expand and develop in all banking segments. According to Global Finance magazine, UkrSibbank BNP Paribas Group was ranked the best bank in Ukraine in 2010. Numerous Ukrainian and international organizations constitute the bank’s clientele. UkrSibbank caters to 1.5 million retail clients, 250,000 small and medium businesses, and 4,000 large enterprises.
Alcatel-Lucent is a global communications solutions provider providing services to telecommunications operators, service providers, and corporate users. Headquartered in France, Alcatel-Lucent is one of the world’s leaders in fixed, mobile, optics, and IP technologies. The company opened its Ukrainian subsidiary enterprise in 1993. Alcatel-Lucent Ukraine offers solutions ranging from creating telecommunications networks to a complete implementation. It also provides equipment installation, testing, and service, with guarantee and post-guarantee service. The company’s technical experts are trained and certified at the Alcatel-Lucent University in Europe.
VAB Bank is a financial institution with 71.26 percent of its shares belonging to a Netherlands-based international investment company. Throughout Ukraine, 150 branches constitute the bank’s network. The bank’s services include standard banking services such as retail and corporate banking, international banking, and investment banking. The Ukrainian Expert Rating Agency notes that the credit rating of VAB Bank is uaAA, which indicates high reliability.