Adaptivist, a global technology and innovative solutions provider, announced its acquisition of Rozdoum, a Ukraine-based Atlassian application and solution consultancy.
- Founded in 2005, Adaptavist’s team spans over 750 employees globally, with a 18,500+ customer base representing more than half of the Fortune 500.
- Rozdoum is a Gold Atlassian Solution Partner and specializes in integrating platforms and custom app development based on Atlassian solutions for more than 16 years.
- The Adaptavist and Rozdoum teams are already working together to deliver capability to other Atlassian Solution Partners across Europe, and Rozdoum will continue to operate in Ukraine under the leadership of Andrey Dekhtyar, who will also join the Adaptavist management team.
- Rozdoum is also a Diia.Сity resident the the first resident company to be acquired by a foreign corporation. Diia.City, a unique tax and legal space for IT business, was launched on February 8, 2022, two weeks before Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine. This program provides IT companies with tax and legal incentives for the development of technological business in the region. Currently, more than 400 companies are its residents, including more than 330 companies that joined Diia.City during the war.
Our relationship with Adaptavist has grown since our introduction in 2017, and we’ve learned that along with being one of the biggest and best Atlassian solution providers in the world, they also hold values that really resonate with our team, – said Andrey Dekhtyar, CEO of Rozdoum.
We’re thrilled by the news that Rozdoum is joining The Adaptavist Group to help customers unleash their full potential with Atlassian collaboration and productivity tools. We are proud that the Atlassian ecosystem continues to play its part in removing barriers to success for Ukrainian businesses and supporting the long-term growth of Ukraine as an emerging leader in technology innovation, – Cameron Deatsch, Chief Revenue Officer at Atlassian.
The Diia City initiative is now vital for improving the wartime resilience of our technology sector, and Adaptavist’s acquisition of Rozdoum illustrates that. As we rebuild our economy, Diia.City will continue to play an important role in attracting foreign investment into technology businesses within Ukraine. Our goal has always been to increase Ukraine’s standing as one of the largest IT hubs in Europe, but it has taken on even more significance since Russia’s invasion, – said Mykhailo Fedorov, Minister of the Digital transformation of Ukraine.
- Come Back Alive is one of the largest charitable foundations that supports Ukrainian soldiers, founded by the IT specialist Vitaliy Deynega. The organization collected more than 210 million UAH (more than $7M) in 2014.
- MacPaw Development Fund
- KOLO fund