Flexmonster

Flexmonster

Flexmonster is a brand company that was separated from its parent company, Newtonideas. It is a separate entity since early 2007. Its customers include software vendors, banks, R&D, management consulting, telecommunication and investment companies, governments (Indonesia, USA, Canada, Ukraine) and other companies in different areas.

Company Info

HQ Location
Ukraine
Year Founded
2007
Employees
10
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