Last June we had a Russian software development company, Crystalnix, join our pool of international residents at the Wellington Dojo.
Crystalnix was founded in 2008 by Roman Kudiyarov and Dmitry Lyfar in Omsk, Russia.
After launching, their exceptional work was instantly picked up by several businesses worldwide. Driven by the global success, the founders felt it was time to start looking for a more internationally connected base for the company.
As a result, in June 2012, Crystalnix moved their headquarters to New Zealand and into the Welly Dojo. This enabled them to be closer to clients for enhanced communication.
Today, Crystalnix employs 25-30 software developers from different nationalities, working in four main directions: web, mobile, cloud and desktop application development. The company has several clients in the U.S., Australia, Europe, Asia, and New Zealand.
Co-Founder, Roman Kudiyarov sheds light on future plans:
“Apart from servicing customers we are working on our own application for iOS and Android. It’s a tool for administration of Unix-like servers using touch devices. We’ve developed a special UI approach to make it user-friendly even on a 3.5 inch screen. We’re keen to build another business direction in 2013 around mobile applications for businesses.”
While waiting for news on the app launch – go give this talented bunch some love!