15
Mar
2021

Uptime CEO Eero Tohver was among the five finalists in the Entrepreneur of the Year competition

In the EY Entrepreneur of the Year competition, the Estonian Entrepreneur of the Year was chosen from among the finalists, who became Iglucraft manager Priit Kallas. Uptime CEO Eero Tohver was honored to be among the five finalists, which is a great recognition for the work done.

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04
Mar
2021

Uptime Poland CEO Michał Jankowski: Companies are Getting Used to the New Situation

Michał grew up with computers starting from age of 6-7 with Commodore 64. Later he started learning programming from local newspaper. Now he is Uptime Poland CEO and is responsible for managing Polish office. He has been working in IT for more than 15 years with many industries like automotive, finance, pharmacy, energy.

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05
Feb
2021

The five mayor challenges in developing Sandman’s wholesale e-shop

Sandman is the largest wholesaler of consumer electronics in Estonia. Although the company already had an e-shop for wholesale to other companies, it no longer met new business needs. Sandman turned to Uptime to create a simple and practical business-to-business e-shop that would be convenient for wholesale customers to use.

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22
Dec
2020
21
Dec
2020

Anders Møller Andersen knows how to provide the best solution for businesses

Anders started as a developer in 2013 and showed great insight into understanding the customer’s needs. Therefore, Anders makes always sure that the projects reach their goals safely and on time. He is development manager of Uptime Development A/S in Denmark now and have experience in both programming and business knowledge. So, he knows exactly how to give the best solution to business clients.

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11
Dec
2020

Uptime Became a Gazelle Company Again!

Uptime was selected as a fast-growing company in the Äripäev ranking Gazelle 2021, as it has increased turnover and profit by more than 50% during the last three years.

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27
Nov
2020

Uptime developed a pioneering assessing software for biggest Danish banks

With the application AQClients360, Danish banks have a new intelligent tool for assessing customers. Through smart utilization of data and algorithms, the software supports the customer risk management.

The new tool for banks has been launched by AQRisk. Just a few years after company founder and director Morten Virenfeldt got the idea for the application, a number of Danish banks have already implemented the new tool. Among others, Frøs Sparekasse, Sparekassen Thy, Salling Bank and Fynske Bank are using AQClients360. 18 Danish banks are expected to use the platform by the end of the year, and international scaling is planned from 2021.

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13
Nov
2020

Uptime team wins CS:GO inter-company e-sports tournament and plans new successful battles

When the computer game club Comma contacted developers of Uptime and offered to participate in their CS:GO e-sports tournament, it didn’t take long – the team got together quickly and for the first time in this composition for a new battle. The risk paid off – after a tense competition in the finals, such well-known Estonian players as Bolt and Telia teams were left behind.

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02
Nov
2020

Uptime came fourth in the TOP of Estonian IT companies

Äripäev’s annual TOP of the most successful Estonian IT companies has published and Uptime reached a high fourth place there based on the 2019 economic indicators.

Last year was the most successful for the Uptime Group ever, which gave it a good place among other IT companies. In addition to Estonian offices in Tallinn and Tartu, foreign offices also performed very well. More than half of the turnover came from outside Estonia. The largest export market was Norway, followed by Denmark and other markets on a smaller scale.

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09
Oct
2020

2019 was the Uptime Group’s most successful ever

Last year was the most successful for the Uptime Group ever. Economic results grew both in Estonia and in other countries, more than half of the turnover came from outside Estonia. The largest export market was Norway, followed by Denmark and the remaining markets on a smaller scale.

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