Vetasi contributes both skills and time!
Throughout the conflict, Ukraine’s brightest and most inventive IT-engineers, programmers, and technical specialists from systems integration, distribution, DevOps, consulting, and service have hooped together to support Ukrainian society and industry in the field of information technology.
Certifications ranging from Entry to Expert level, a dedicated IT team with the highest competencies from over 50 vendors, and the ability to help businesses configure products from well-known vendors such as Cisco, VMware, Dell Technologies, Trellix, IBM Maximo, and others are among the services provided by the newly established Ukrainian IT HUB.
“We have brought together people with similar professional interests to enable rapid exchange of knowledge, ideas, and practical skills. Our team’s size is growing by the day.” Says Ukrainian IT Hub Marketing Manager, Maryna Sapozhnyk.
Sergey Sokhatskiy, Managing Director, Ukraine & CIS at Vetasi, oversees the software solution architecture services.
“The team that committed to the Ukrainian IT Hub believes that you should focus on what you do best.” “As an enterprise asset and facilities management specialist at Vetasi, I am able to contribute my knowledge in enterprise asset management (EAM), real estate and facilities management, IT services management, software integration, and chatbot design,” Sergey adds.
A distinct aspect of our work is actively involving more interested parties, establishing opportunities for collaboration, forging business relationships between persons and organizations, recruiting international partners and donors, and discovering new methods to support the Ukrainian society.
“We want to inspire other businesses, not just in Ukraine, but throughout the world, to get involved and help this Ukrainian charity. The work they are doing will go a long way toward supporting and eventually reconstructing the Ukrainian IT sector” Jarosław Łukasiewicz, CEO of Vetasi Group, stated.
“It is really simple to donate money or volunteer time, skills, and resources via the Ukrainian IT Hub website.”
Visit the Ukrainian IT Hub website to get involved or for additional information