About Us

Our mission: FinTech & Java Engineering. We develop and reengineer Java software products for the FinTech industry, with headquarters in the heart of the financial world, New York, and R&D labs in Ukraine, which is famous for its highly skilled software engineers.

Rome wasn’t built in a day, and INSART has also gone through ups and downs. However, we feel a strong sense of achievement due to our inspiration, perseverance, intuition, and sometimes luck. Each phase of our history has brought new knowledge, experience, and understanding of future priorities.

As we have evolved and become more experienced, our focus has shifted to FinTech and Java Engineering, which are at the core of our mission today.

Values
Customers

Customers

We help customers to meet their long-term needs and desires, represent meaningful choices in cost and functionality, and develop a quality software product that consumers appreciate.

Teamwork

Teamwork

Our teams of IT professionals have a bond that promotes strength, unity, reliability, and support, and creates a synergy in which the sum is greater than its parts.

Professionalism

Professionalism

We honor our commitments and always get the job done. We don't make excuses, but focus on finding solutions.

Learning

Learning

We encourage our team members to constantly seek cutting-edge knowledge and improve their skills so that they are able to innovate.

Engagement

Engagement

We know that the only way to do great work is to love what you do. We are deeply involved in collaborating with each other, and are always ready to go the extra mile to deliver exceptional results.

Team
Vasyl Soloshchuk
CEO
Vasyl Soloshchuk
CEO

Vasyl started working in the software development industry in 2000. Since 2010, he has been the CEO and co-owner of INSART. Under his lead, INSART became a FinTech and Java engineering company. He is passionate about helping clients grow their business through leveraging software technology. Vasyl holds master’s degrees in computer science and system analysis, and in finance.

Michael Soloshchuk
President
Michael Soloshchuk
President

Michael has about 25 years of experience in the IT industry and in business development. He is head of the Information and Intellectual Property department of the National Technical University Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute. As a patent attorney, he is responsible for legal aid and IP rights protection. Michael holds a PhD in applied mathematics and computational science.

Sergey Matikaynen
Head of Software Delivery
Sergey Matikaynen
Head of Software Delivery

Sergey has over 10 years of experience in building architecture and managing enterprise and financial software projects. Since 2014, he has managed the software delivery of FinTech projects, including payments, data processing, fundraising, wealth management, trading, etc. Sergey holds a master’s degree in computer science and software engineering, and a bachelor’s degree in economics.

Vitaliy Koval
Head of Business Development
Vitaliy Koval
Head of Business Development

Since 2014, Vitaliy has been orchestrating INSART’s digital strategy, finding solutions to business challenges, and creating new revenue streams for INSART. Vitaliy holds a master’s degree in law.

Irina Guridina
CFO
Irina Guridina
CFO

Irina has over 20 years of experience in accounting, tax, and financial operations. Since 2006, she has been responsible for accounting and financial aspects of INSART’s relationships with customers and employees. Irina is a Certified Accounting Practitioner (CAP/CIPA) and holds a masters’s degree in accounting and finance.

Anastasiia Khudiaieva
HR Team Leader
Anastasiia Khudiaieva
HR Team Leader

Anastasiia has worked at INSART since 2012. She is responsible for finding and staffing new talents for the company, as well as adaptation, retention, certification of employees, organizing corporate events, and managing the HR team. She is passionate about making sure that everyone is happy in their job and is motivated to deliver exceptional results. Anastasiia holds a master’s degree in computer science and intellectual property.

Partnership
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The National Technical University "Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute" prepares specialists in the fields of electronics, computer science, software engineering, business, etc.

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IBM operates through five segments: Cognitive Solutions, Global Business Services, Technology Services & Cloud Platforms, Systems and Global Financing.

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Kharkiv IT Cluster is a non-governmental organization, that combines leading IT companies on a single platform, supported by local authorities and universities.

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The Association "Information technologies of Ukraine" contributes to the development of the IT industry and supports innovation activities in Ukraine.

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Xignite, Inc. provides financial market data APIs to help companies and enterprises deliver market data to their digital assets, such as websites and apps.

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California Fintech Network is a non-profit trade organization for professionals, founders, executives, and investors that work and invest in the financial technology sector.

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FINTECH Circle is an angel network which enables emerging financial technology firms to execute their vision and to successfully expand their FinTech businesses.

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