July 29, 2016
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On the 28th of July, Perfectial celebrated its another birthday on a grand scale. One more year of successful projects, business increase, and technological challenges met behind. In the development center located in Lviv city, the entire company had an open air party.

“Over each year in Perfectial, we have done and learned more and more. Improving and scaling our services up, growing with not less than 35% rate, maturing and adopting new advanced technologies – that is what we decided to celebrate,” said Andriy Skoropad, CEO of Perfectial.

Perfectial-Company-Day-2016-EveningFootball, tennis, catamaran swimming, biking, team games, and chilling out in SPA near the swimming pool and a lot of other things made this company day memorable and cheerful. Moreover, except overwhelming fun, it was one total team building activity that helped us to draw a country together.

“We are really glad that our company steadily grows, and now we can count almost 160+ talented. Here at Perfectial, we have always stressed that talented people are our pride and treasure. So we have tried to fill this celebration with various entertainments and bright emotions to make our employees happy and proud,” shared Ostap Malaniuk, Perfectial’s HR Director.

For over seven years, Perfectial has been a business-oriented software engineering company committed to helping businesses kickstart, develop, and succeed. With profound technological expertise in a range of business domains such as financial services, advertising & marketing, and real estate, Perfectial has implemented innovative ideas that allowed businesses – from startups to mid-sized and large companies – to scale, evolve, and prosper.

Perfectial’s competence in working with modern platforms and frameworks was recognized by a global independent IT research agency Clutch that named Perfectial as a top provider of .Net and Ruby on Rails application development services for the U.S. and European markets.

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