Sygic

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Sygic a.s.
Founded 2004
Key people Michal Stencl (CEO)
Products GPS navigation software
Employees 100+ (2014)
Website www.sygic.com

Sygic is a Slovak brand of automotive navigation systems for mobile telephones.

Sygic develops and sells turn-by-turn voice guided GPS navigation for a wide range of mobile devices. Sygic delivers its GPS software worldwide in more than 30 languages, including Chinese, Arabic, Persian, Malay, Greek, Russian and European languages, working together with map providers to support maps for all regions.

Sygic cooperates strongly with leading PND and phone manufacturers worldwide to bring the latest technology to the market. Sygic supports major OSes: iOS, Symbian, Android, Samsung Bada and its applications have been approved on more than 200 devices.

Sygic's claims that its major advantages are the following features: intuitive user interface, fast rendering and route calculation, low demand on processors and memory, automatic screen resolution adaptation, smart recognition and self-setting to keyboard or touch screen operation and above all the multiplatform engine, all this to make the application start quickly and run smoothly on any device.

The company was founded in 2004 with a vision to lead mobile phone market with LBS and GPS navigation products.

Sygic has been honored by Deloitte as the #6th Technology Fastest-growing Technology Company in Central & Eastern Europe for the years 2007 and 2008. Sygic has been honored by Deloitte as the #2nd Technology Fastest-growing Technology Company in Central & Eastern Europe for the year 2009. Sygic has been honored by Deloitte as the #13th Technology Fastest-growing Technology Company in Central & Eastern Europe for the year 2010 and #143 in EMEA.

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