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Nearshore Software Development Team

Nearshore Software Development Team

Vilmate is an Eastern-European customer software provider. We cater to a roaster of clients in the US and Western Europe. Our service offering includes Staff Augmentation and Dedicated Teams.

Vilmate is a Kharkiv, Ukraine-based Software Development and Technology Services company, focusing on Staff Augmentation and creating high performing software-engineering teams (based on the Dedicated Team engagement model). We operate out of one of the most highly regarded Eastern-European technology centers and provide a reliable entry point for international businesses that want to tap into one of the world's largest, most talented and affordable IT resource pools.
We’ve been in business for almost six years now and created many happy clients in over a dozen business domains. We have been pivotal in turning a host of startups into thriving, well-established market players. Presently, Vilmate is providing solutions in the Healthcare, Retail, Marketing Automation, HR Management, Crowdfunding, Transportation, and Insurance sectors and business domains. Our clients hail largely from North America and Western Europe. We have extensive expertise in a wide array of programming languages and technologies.

Please visit our website for more information.

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- Gervais Pack


Vilmate is based in Ukraine and has been running since Apr 2012

Mobile and Web Apps Web Design



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