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  • Type : Private company
  • Starting date : 1991
  • Cessation place : Moscú



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1C Company (1991)

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1C Company (Russian: Фирма "1С") is one of the largest independent Russian software developers and publishers. Its headquarters are in Moscow, Russia. It is best known outside of the former Soviet Union as a video game developer whose presence has come to dominate events like the KRI, and whose products have begun to show up for international platforms like the Xbox. In the internal Russian market 1C is considered a leader in business software as well, however of the 13 tons of software they have been reported as shipping daily, 98% of it is game software.
1C's comprehensive business software suite 1C:Предприятие has held an overwhelming market share for over a decade. 1C is also a leader in localizing and publishing Russian-language versions of international software. For instance, more than half of popular Western video games are licensed and published by 1C. The company has over 700 employees, 10,000 business partners, 4,500 authorized retailers, 1,200 training centers, 200 authorized certification locations and over 280 stores in 100 cities.


1C was founded in 1991 by Boris Nuraliev in Moscow, Russia . The company goal was to provide a software solution to business owners giving them a system that required little or no accounting and development experience.

, founded as Ino-Co, was acquired in 2007. By 2009 1C owned and operated 280 stores with another 4000 franchises based on the 1C license in 600 locations across the former Soviet bloc, and in February of the same year 1C merged with SoftClub .

On October 2011, 1C Company secures $200m from Baring Vostok Capital Fund

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