Since the beginning of the war, VITech has spent more than 822 000 UAH on military and humanitarian needs. The company has donated 663 000 UAH to the international charitable foundation COME BACK ALIVE, to the special account of the National Bank of Ukraine collecting money to support the Ukrainian army, to the State Concern «Ukroboronprom», which is a strategic manufacturer of weapons and military hardware in Ukraine.
In addition to the expenses already incurred by the company, our employees donated over UAH 159 000 by deducting the agreed amounts from their salaries. Besides that, many individual donations were made from employees’ personal accounts, the total amount of which cannot be calculated. Many of our staff are volunteers, they organize military equipment, humanitarian aid, medical supplies, and help Ukrainian soldiers and refugees.
VITech participates in the special project “Vision: the system of high-precision recognition of people and vehicles”. This automated system will help to expand the functionality of the centralized video surveillance system in the Lviv region. The project is supported and funded by the Lviv IT Cluster, in cooperation with the Lviv Regional Military Administration and the Main Directorate of the National Police in the Lviv region.
“Vision” project will enable law enforcement officers to analyze and identify suspects and vehicles and track movements according to specified parameters. The system is on constant improvement and expansion of functionality.
What do IT professionals really want? VITech’s value proposition
If you want to know something, just ask questions. It’s simple but very effective. So, when we tried to find out why people join VITech and why they stay here, we just ran a survey. The results were a bit unexpected, but we felt proud about it, and we learned a lot of valuable insights…
Combat helmet for a friend who is going to the frontline
Ukrainians are showing the world how to stand up for freedom, democracy, and the right of a nation to make its own decisions freely. They are strong and united. Everything we do for victory is essential: each donation, contribution, and help. The crucial thing is to stay active and helpful…
More than 2 000 000 UAH donated
We support our country in word and deed at this challenging time. Since the beginning of the war, the company has spent more than 2 000 000 UAH on military and humanitarian needs. Furthermore, our employees individually donate daily, so the total amount is almost impossible to calculate…
VITech is a benchmark in healthcare Industry by delivering top quality software development: GoodFirms
VITech is a software development firm specializing in Big Data, Data Science, and an identified problem solver for the healthcare industry. Our company was founded in 2007 and headquartered in Lviv, Ukraine. Since 2007, our skills and ideas have shaped healthcare innovation worldwide.
VITech status 03.08.2022
The 13th day of WAR is ending – one more day of madness and innocent deaths. We used to word “WAR”. We used to air raid signals. But we are not used to deaths. But we are not used to the destroyed schools and hospitals. We will renovate our cities. We will recover all our infrastructure. We will do everything to restore Ukraine. Ukraine will be a free, independent, and beautiful country!
VITech status 03.07.2022
This is the 12th day of the Russian invasion. Ukrainians came under massive air and ground shelling of besieged cities in southeastern Ukraine. Army and local defense forces do everything possible to protect civilians and evacuate them from hotspots. However, the ceasefire agreements are not working – Russian troops violate any agreements and continue to fire civilians.
VITech status 03.06.2022
Day 11 has come to an end. ELEVEN days of War. Eleven days of resisting. Ukrainian people successfully defend their land. Ukraine. Is. Here. Two weeks ago, none of the many military experts could have imagined that small Ukraine would resist aggression for so long. All calculations were not in favor of Ukraine. But there was a simple mistake in the calculations – not 200,000 soldiers, but 40 million people ready to defend their country.