Our goal
is to provide optimization of business workflows through digital transformation in order to create a high-tech, secure  and eco-friendly future.

Николай Пожидаев
Nikolai Pozhidaev
President of Sitronics Group

Sitronics Group

To create science-driven solutions in both business and state segments of the economy, and deliver them to consumers.

20

years

in the market

1500

company employees

5000

successfully completed projects

top 3

of the largest providers of video surveillance solutions in 2020 according to CNews Analytics

top 3

of the fastest growing Russian IT companies in 2020 according to CNews Analytics

12

regions of presence

Company structure

Sitronics Group is a Russian multidisciplinary IT company with extensive experience in the development of digital solutions and the implementation of large-scale projects for business and government

6796

Sea transport solutions
Member of Sitronics Group since 2021
EV charging infrastructure
Member of Sitronics Group since 2021
Satellite technologies
Member of Sitronics Group since 2021
Rental business. Recycling
Member of Sitronics Group since 2018

Background

2021

Sitronics becomes the owner of Sitronics KT, significantly expanding the product portfolio by adding intelligent solutions for maritime logistics and digital navigation

A rebranding unites all the enterprises under a single umbrella brand: Sitronics Group

Sitronics Group acquires 71.06% of shares of Sputnix, the Russian manufacturer of nano- and microsatellites

2020

Nikolai Pozhidaev is appointed as President of Sitronics

Sitronics acquires 100% of shares of NVision Group JSC specializing in creation of customized end-to-end solutions for telecom, manufacturing and other industries. The deal added innovative B2G and B2B integration and digitalization products to the Sitronics product portfolio

2019

An agreement with Rusatom Infrastructure Solutions on development of digital industry in cities is signed. Promising directions of cooperation are considered, such as implementation of digital platforms and smart city features in public areas, creation of technological infrastructure and data centres, including benefits of public-private partnerships

2018

Intellect Telecom JSC merges with Sitronics

Implementation of the cable recycling project at Kontsel JSC

2017

Sitronics signs the first concession with Ingushetia for the amount of 1.7 billion roubles. Cooperation with the Federal Grid Company of Unified Energy System (FGC UES) begins

2014-17

Sitronics merges Zelenograd enterprises into Kontsel JSC

Cooperation with the Moscow Department of Information Technologies. Consolidation of expertise. Development of capacity transfer repeaters and small cells and delivery of these products to MTS

2013

Sitronics operates three companies in Zelenograd: Kvant OJSC, Elax OJSC and Kontsel PJSC

2012

Delisting of Sitronics shares from the London Stock Exchange

2011-15

Sitronics develops and implements an intelligent transport system in Moscow. The dispatch control system for ground passenger transport provides automated monitoring of passenger traffic on urban passenger transport and coordinates the activities of emergency, maintenance and other municipal services

2010

Sitronics becomes a supplier of SIM cards for all operators of the big three, occupying 60% of this market in Russia and the CIS

The Bank of Moscow OJSC organizes and underwrites the issue of exchange-traded bonds of the BO-01 series. The amount of 2 billion roubles is placed on the MICEX Stock Exchange

The Bank of Moscow OJSC and AKB Moscow Bank of Reconstruction and Development organizes and underwrites the issue of exchange-traded bonds of the BO-02 series for the amount of 3 billion roubles on the MICEX Stock Exchange

An agreement with Ericsson is signed, designating Sitronics as a distributor of Ericsson IP solutions, as well as solutions in IMS and fixed broadband access for the CIS countries

2009

Sitronics is named the largest IT company in Russia in 2008 according to the RA Expert rating

Sitronics receives the Company of the Year 2009 national business award in the high-tech category

2008

Sitronics is recognized as the largest high-tech company in terms of capitalization in Russia according to the Expert 400 rating

Sitronics is ranked among the top 500 fastest growing high-tech companies in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) by the Deloitte consulting company.

2007

Sitronics completes IPO to further develop new technologies and innovation. The IPO took place on the London Stock Exchange (GDR), on the RTS Stock Exchange, and on the Moscow Stock Exchange (ordinary shares). The Company's capitalization following the IPO amounted to approximately $2.3 billion

After consolidating 24 enterprises in Russia and abroad Sitronics becomes the largest company in telecom, IT and microelectronics

2006

Sitronics acquires the controlling stake in the Greek company Intracom Telecom.

A full production cycle of RFID transport cards is launched in Zelenograd

2005

Sitronics develops and implements the new FORIS BSS/OSS billing for Russian cellular operator MTS, allowing to perform call charging in real-time and to provide new service packages for subscribers

2004

Sitronics acquires the controlling stake in the Ukrainian company Quasar-Micro, one of the largest IT companies in Ukraine, enabling Sitronics to provide IT services to the customers

2003

The Sitronics trademark is launched on the consumer electronics market. The company begins production of audio and video equipment, plasma displays, monitors, computers, CRT TVs and mobile phones

2002

Sitronics Group begins its history with the creation of Scientific Centre Concern OJSC which united the Russian microelectronic enterprise NIIME and Micron OJSC and the Czech manufacturer of telecommunications equipment and software Strom Telecom