About Epam (adapted from Epam prospectus):
EPAM Systems is a global IT services provider focused on complex software product development services, software engineering and vertically-oriented custom development solutions. They service independent software vendors, or ISVs, and technology companies. Utilizing their software and engineering skills for a veriety of clients has enabled them to develop vertical-specific domain expertise and grow their business in multiple industry verticals, including Banking and Financial Services, Business Information and Media, Travel and Hospitality and Retail and Consumer.
EPAM Systems is known for full lifecycle software development services including design and prototyping, product development and testing, component design and integration, product deployment, performance tuning, porting and cross-platform migration. Their delivery centers in Belarus, Ukraine, Russia, Hungary, Kazakhstan and Poland are strategically located in centers of software engineering talent and educational excellence across Central and Eastern Europe, or CEE, and the Commonwealth of Independent States, or the CIS. They also have client management locations in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Sweden, Russia, Switzerland and Kazakhstan.
EPAM Systems' clients primarily consist of Forbes Global 2000 corporations located in North America, Europe and the CIS. Selected companies among their top 30 clients based on 2010 revenues include Barclays, Citigroup, The Coca-Cola Company, Expedia, Google, InterContinental Hotels Group, Kingfisher, MTV Networks, Oracle, Renaissance Capital, SAP, Sberbank, Thomson Reuters, UBS and Wolters Kluwer. 52.8% of EPAM Systems' 2010 revenues were from clients located in North America, 26.4% from clients in Europe and 19.1% from clients in the CIS. This description is adapted from Epam prospectus. This description is not intended to be a recommendation to buy stock from this company. We do not claim that all of the statements above were researched and found to be true. We present them as a general description based on what the company has said about itself at the time that they submitted their prospectus for an IPO offering. To see the company's full description, view their prospectus..