|Description||Online software/web development house|
Metasite is a European technology company providing custom online software design, development, integration and maintenance services to enterprise customers in telecommunications, financial services and energy/utilities industries.
Established in 1997 and headquartered in Vilnius, Lithuania, European Union, as of mid-2012 Metasite 70-strong team was servicing clients in ten countries. The two main business lines of the company were:
Web and mobile applications + content management (development and maintenance of online and mobile self-care systems and large scale content websites using primarily open source technologies; development and maintenance of iOS and Android mobile apps; content management and support)
Enterprise systems development and integration (rapid development of enterprise web applications based on Java, JBOSS BPML&ESB, Pentaho BI and Oracle commercial products).
Typical types of projects Metasite would engage in were billing and CRM implementations for telcos and cable TV companies, insurance sales management systems, online stores and mobile/online customer self-service systems for wireless carriers.
In early 2000s, Metasite was probably the first company in the Baltic region to develop expertise in web and mobile system’s usability research and user interface optimization.
Since 2003, Metasite has been publishing Baltic E-Banking Report, an annual research study evaluating and benchmarking online banking offerings of all Baltic retail banking institutions.
Because of its location in Eastern Europe, Metasite benefits from easy access to the local pool of highly skilled but inexpensive software development talent and therefore is able to maintain competitive rates.
Metasite is a distributor of Exacaster, a machine learning-based customer behavior forecasting service used by telecoms and retailers.
Metasite past and present customers include Swedbank, SEB, Danske Bank, Tele2, Bite, Carrefour Mobile, Effortel, Samatel, ERGO, BondRadar, Yukos Oil Company (now defunct).