We Are Akvelon

We are the reliable partner you need to empower your next engineering initiative.

For decades, we have been powering our clients' strategic advantage and accelerating their path to value by bridging the tech talent gap and providing collective knowledge, custom consultancy, and solution accelerators.

Who We Work With

Start-ups, SMBs, and Fortune 500 companies alike turn to us to unleash all the benefits of a true partnership with competent software development experts.  

Our proprietary client collaboration model allows our clients across verticals to unlock the full potential of data and technology for their specific goals and needs. 

What We Do

We help bring your engineering initiatives into reality by bridging the tech talent gap.

We empower your competitive and strategic advantage by building strong dedicated teams that blend seamlessly into your existing team or manage your project end-to-end.  

Our History

Akvelon’s story began back in 2000 when two former Microsoft software engineers realized that many companies that build and operate complex software share an immense need for software engineering capability. Having vast industry connections, they created a partnership to enable software-centric companies around the world to deliver on their engineering and business commitments. 

Over the past two decades, Akvelon has developed into an award-winning company with over 1,200 employees at 13 offices throughout North America, Europe, and Asia, dedicated to the shared mission of being a true and valuable software engineering partner for their clients and helping organizations accomplish more.


engineers united by knowledge-sharing culture


years of extensive experience across technologies


offices across 10 countries with 24/7 operations support


Leadership Team


Sergei Dreizin

Chief Executive Officer

Constantine Korovkin

Chief Operating Officer

Alex Kosolapov

Vice President of Delivery

Mark Boyes

Vice President of Sales

Rachel Rosenberg-Rollins

HR/Compliance Director

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