WIND Hellas is one of the largest telecommunications companies in Greece. Established in 1992, WIND has consistently invested in technology and provided integrated mobile, fixed, internet and Pay TV solutions to its customers. WIND believes…
ZTE Corporation is a global leader in telecommunications and information technology. Founded in 1985 and listed on both the Hong Kong and Shenzhen Stock Exchanges, the company is committed to providing integrated end-to-end innovations to…
Robert Bosch Greece is a leading global supplier of technology and services, having operated in Greece as a subsidiary of the Bosch Group since 1992 and with a presence dating from 1913. Bosch Greece is…
Founded in 1987, Huawei is a leading global provider of information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure and smart devices. With more than 194,000 employees across the globe, the company operates in more than 170 countries…
BEAT is a start-up ridesharing app for taxi cabs founded in Athens, and now operating within Greece and throughout South America. In 2017, the Daimler Group acquired BEAT for $43 million.
Forthnet is an internet service and satellite pay-TV provider based in Athens, Greece.
IBM Greece has been a subsidiary of IBM since 1937 and runs operations in Greece and Cyprus. The company is focused on furthering and developing information technologies.
Microsoft Hellas was established in 1992 and manages branches and operations in Greece, Cyprus, and Malta. In 2008, the Microsoft Innovation Center was founded in Athens in a bid to foster Greece’s development in technology…
Established in 1989, MLS Innovation, known as MLS, is a company dedicated to the development of software and hi-technology products headquartered in Thessaloniki, Greece.
OTE is the leading telecommunications provider in Greece. Cosmote, a popular mobile telecommunication company, is one of several OTE subsidiaries. Deutsche Telekom is the largest shareholder of the company.
Quest Holdings is a group of companies specializing in information technology. Their subsidiaries include ACS Courier, Quest Energy, Cardlink, iStorm, iSquare, Uni Systems, Quest Online, and Info Quest Technologies.
Teleperformance Greece is responsible for bringing contact centre outsourcing to the local market, and supports companies in many sectors, including travel, gaming, automotive, and more.
TI Sparkle Greece, a subsidiary of Italy’s Sparkle Group, is a leading provider of cloud infrastructure solutions. The company manages and operates a total of three data centers in Metamorfosi, Koropi, and Chania. On a…
Upstream is a mobile technology and software company based in Greece, with the majority of their activities focused on international markets, particularly emerging economies. Their Zero-D service provides millions of people with free access to…
The Greek subsidiary of Vodafone, Vodafone Greece was first established in 1992 and is today the second largest mobile network company in the country.
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