InterConsult Bulgaria

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InterConsult Bulgaria
InterConsult Bulgaria (ICB)
Industry Computer Software
Founded 1996
Founder Stoian Boev
Key people
Stoian Boev,
Founder and CEO,
Atanas Golev,
Founder and
Technical Director
Website http://www.icb.bg/

InterConsult Bulgaria (ICB) is a Bulgarian provider of software development outsourcing services, established in 1996. The company focuses on agile software development primarily based on Microsoft's technology stack. Its core competencies incl. the development of business process management/automation and decision support systems, software platforms and applications for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), as well as 3D simulation and Augmented/Virtual Reality apps. ICB has delivered more than 350 projects for more than 50 customers in 10 countries.[1]

History[edit]

  • 1996 - ICB (Interconsult Bulgaria Ltd.) is established as a Bulgarian-Norwegian company, part of the Norwegian IT consulting group Interconsult ASA.
  • 2004 - Following the acquisition of Interconsult ASA and its shares in its subsidiaries, ICB becomes part of the Danish engineering consulting group COWI A/S.
  • 2008 - With a management buyout performed by the company's Bulgarian founders, ICB becomes a 100% private Bulgarian company.
  • 2010 - Wins the European IT Excellence Award 2010 at IT Europa.[2]
  • 2011 - Becomes a 100+ employee company.
  • 2013 - Wins the Microsoft Bulgarian Partner of the Year 2013 award.

Key Projects[edit]

Client Product Overview
Kongsberg Digital (KDI) K-IMS (Kongsberg Information Management System), a software system for real-time monitoring, condition-based maintenance, and decision support for fleets of vessels and oil rigs.[3]
Kongsberg Maritime (KM) K-Tools Application Integration Solution
Kongsberg Maritime ( Offshore Vessel Simulator software development
Kozloduy Nuclear Power Plant Implementing Good Practices from ITIL
UniCredit Bulbank
United Bulgarian Bank
Emporiki Bank
Safe Bank
Safe Link

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