1C (company)

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legal form Chastnaya Kompaniya ( Ltd. )
founding 1991
Seat Moscow , Russia
management Boris Nuraliev
Number of employees 1100
sales around 520 million $ (2010)
Website 1c.ru

1C ( Russian Фирма 1С ) is one of the largest independent Russian software developers and publishers . The headquarters of the company, which was founded in 1991, is in Moscow .


Outside the former Soviet Union, 1C is mainly known as a computer game company, but in the CIS countries it also acts as a sales partner for international companies such as Microsoft , Novell or Symantec and develops various software series of its own. In the former Soviet states, 1C has a network of over 8,000 dealers in more than 600 cities and operates 280 of its own stores.

1C also produces Russian translations of international programs, especially computer games, and publishes them on the Russian market. 1C's portfolio includes 1C: Enterprise , a software suite for companies that handles tasks such as CRM , SRM and personnel management . 1C runs its own development studios for computer games, a well-known title is the flight simulation IL-2 Sturmovik from 1C: Maddox.

In February 2008, 1C joined forces with Soft Club , another Russian publisher. Also in 2008 the video game studio Buka Entertainment was taken over.


Web links

Individual evidence

  1. 1c.ru - Company 1C on 1c.ru (Russian), accessed on 6 February, 2010.
  2. a b 1c.ru - 1C Company on 1c.ru (English), accessed on February 12, 2010.
  3. ^ 1C Company and Buka Ltd. announce acquisition deal ( Memento from April 25, 2009 in the Internet Archive )