Thursday, August 28, 2014

Luxoft reducing share of programmers in Ukraine and Russia

Software developer Luxoft, which has Russian roots, in its presentation for April-June 2014 reported the intention to reduce the share of programmers in Ukraine and Russia.

According to the report, Ukraine now accounts for 47% of the company's developer staff, Russia - 28%, whereas three months earlier – the figures were 49% and 29% respectively, and at the beginning of this year - 48% and 32%.

At the same time, the absolute number of the company's programmers continues to grow rapidly. At the end of last year their number exceeded 7,200 in 20 offices, three months later – it was more than 7,500 in 21 offices, and at the end of the first half of 2014 - about 7,800 in 22 offices.

Taking the above-mentioned figures into account, in January-March the company's staff in Ukrainian offices, operating in Kyiv, Dnipropetrovsk and Odesa, grew by about 200 people, but in April-June it fell by about ten people.

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