Software developer EPAM Systems has relocated its staff from Belarus and Russia to Uzbekistan, Forbes reported.
According to the publication’s interlocutors, it is about several hundred people.
“We have about 600 people in our chat room for Uzbekistan, which means that about a thousand employees have moved,” one of the company’s employees said.
According to the data, a branch of EPAM was opened in Uzbekistan in 2019, and by mid-202, it employed about 150 specialists.
EPAM is also a resident of the IT Park in Uzbekistan.
EPAM Systems was founded in 1993 in the United States by Belarusian entrepreneurs Arkady Dobkin and Leonid Lozner. The company is headquartered in the United States and EPAM operates in more than 40 countries.