71 companies joined Hi-Tech Park

9 July 2020

Following the Supervisory Board meeting, 71 new companies entered Hi-Tech Park.

The companies’ areas of expertise include healthcare, logistics, fintech, e-commerce, consulting, game industry, software development for agro-industrial sector.

Bright example of medtech industry is Skinive. It develops the Skinive mobile and web application that diagnoses various skin diseases. The solution in the telemedicine sphere is represented by HealthMay LLC. HealthMay team plans to create the 2doc.health platform which helps patients not only to receive online medical consultation, but also to call a doctor, make an appointment or plan medical tests, and consult on their results.

Fintech is represented by Softclub LLC. The company plans to provide services for banking and financial sectors’ automation. The company is already providing services for 23 out of 29 banks and non-bank credit and financial organizations in Belarus.

Entertainment industry is represented by Byril LLC, EppsHub LLC and YUTENOM LLC, which develop games for iOS and Android. In addition to creating entertainment applications, Highcore Games LLC will be engaged in software development for automating financial analytics and mobile marketing.

In addition to the Belarusian ones, there are new companies from Great Britain, Germany, Israel, the USA and Switzerland which entered Hi-Tech Park. Among them are 9 R&D centers of foreign corporations.

Tealium Bel LLC as the representative of the international group of companies “Tealium” (293rd in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 rating - 500 fastest growing companies in North America) will develop a web platform for controlling companies’ website traffic. Fairmarkit LLC as the R&D center of the Fairmarkit Inc. corporation (the USA) plans to develop SAAS platform Fairmarkit.com for purchasing offices of large corporations. Billwerk GmbH (Germany) with its Belarusian subsidiary Billwerk LLC will develop platforms to simplify financial document flow.

Coople BY LLC as the R&D center of Coople Holding AG (Switzerland) will develop a platform for providing staff recruitment services "on demand" using its own matching algorithm for hotel business, event organization, retail, logistics, airport services, work in office and other areas. Development of software solutions for IoT and information security will be handled by Firedome Bel LLC (development center of the Israeli Firedome Ltd.).

British AWTG LIMITED opened its R&D center AWTG LLC in Minsk and Brest to develop software in three areas: healthcare, data automation and management of large shopping centers. Another UK representative “DELTATRE GROUP LIMITED” entered HTP with its Belarusian branch “Deltatre” LLC. The company will concentrate on software for organizing live streaming of international sports events.

Thus, today Hi-Tech Park includes 886 companies, which employ about 63 thousand people.


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