Innovation was established in 2006 and started working as an University spin-off company at Technology Transfer and Business incubator and is spreading its activities showing constant growth of 30%. Innovation established education and training programme as registered Cisco Networking Academy and student Microsoft Academy, with more than 3500 students passed in a five-year period. Subsequently Innovation established certified Pearson-VUE and Prometric testing center. The main focus is on software development, consultancy services and certification.
For the time being Innovation is heavily investing in development of new products, such as cloud SaaS solutions and various e-Business and e-Government solutions. Innovation developed several software applications implemented and integrated in the Universities, banks, mobile operators and telecommunication companies, government institutions as well as other companies, like iVote – software for elections in The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Bosnia and Kosovo, iDoc Document Management software, eTesting and eSurvey software, CDAD content management software, InfoAgri matching system, etc. Several SaaS cloud solutions have been developed for customer relationship management, workflow and document management, finance management etc. Innovation has also been active in international projects funded by EU commission, like COIN program, FP6 etc.
Marjan Gusev (Professor, Ph.D in Informatics) has been expert and consultant of various IT initiatives and projects in The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and broader. He has been member of national committee for eMacedonia since 1999 and president of National IT experts group (Macedonian Association of IT companies). For his activities in e-Government area he has been elected as president of Task Force for eGov in the Macedonian IT Cluster, and was member of team that produced National Information Strategy in Macedonia responsible for e-Government part. He has participated in, coordinated and evaluated many national IT projects and participated and coordinated several TEMPUS projects of the European Commission.
Ljupco Antovski (M.Sc. in Informatics) has realized several applications (mPayment, mStudent, mElections, Document and Workflow for municipalities), within the e-Government. He is a member of the New Innovative Technologies Lab. His expertise was also used for debates on government strategy, eParticipation and eEducation. He was also winner of national competition for eScience web annual award and representative of The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia on World Summit Award in Tunisia 2005. Currently is leading projects oriented to voting process in Balkan region.
Goce Armenski (M.Sc. in Informatics) has realized several applications (eTesting, eAssessment, eQuestionnaire, Document and Workflow for municipalities) within the eGovernment. He was a member of the team that created the National Information Strategy and person who was in charge for eEducation in The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. His expertise was also used for a lot of presentation of National Task Force for debates on government strategy, eParticipation and e-Education. He is active as an IT expert for several projects around Balkan region concerning interoperability.
Pano Gushev (Dipl. Eng. in Informatics) has 12 certificates for MS .Net and SQL databases. He is senior developer at Innovation and developed several solutions including voting software, document management, CDAD content management and InfoAgri matching software. He has been very active in development of new cloud SaaS solutions, like workflow management, customer relationship management and finance management.
Kristina Kolikj (Dipl. Eng. in Informatics) holds 8 certificates for MS .Net and databases. She is senior developer at Innovation and developed several solutions including CDAD content management and InfoAgri matching software, and is very active in development of new cloud SaaS solutions, like e-survey, customer relationship management and finance management.