The technology offered by Belarus professionals was valued in the US, but there were no platforms for development of science and business in Belarus at the time. Leonid wanted to fix that.
By the mid-2000s, EPAM's geography expanded. Dobkin and Lozner shifted emphasis from Northern America to Europe and were attracting new clients.
In March 2004, EPAM acquired Hungarian Fathom Technology, and in the following years — B2Bits Corp (2008), PlusMicro (2008), and Rodmon Systems (2009).
In February 2012, EPAM went public on the New York Stock Exchange. The Belarusians were now doing projects for Adidas.
In the years that followed, EPAM performed many acquisitions, among them were the digital agency TH_NK
that was in the top-100 list of agencies in Great Britain, as well as the companies Alliance Global Services and Dextrys.
In 2018, EPAM launched the analytical platform InfoNgen
with the elements of machine learning, as well as Telescope AI
— a platform based on artificial intelligence to organize internal business processes. In 2019, EPAM was joined by Competentum, test IO
, and NAYA Technologies