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Our history

In the year 1993, four co-founders – Pradeep Grama, Pramod Grama, Prakash Grama and Naganand Doraswamy – came together to form SPAN Infotech. It was renamed as EVRY India (EI) in February 2016.

Starting with around 20 employees in the beginning, the company has grown to around 2,500 employees in 2016. In India, two offices are located in Bangalore software development and business centers and one in Chandigarh SEZ facility. Apart from India, EI also has office locations in the United States, Singapore and group offices in Europe.

EVRY India is a software services company and a provider of IT and product development services. EI’s quality systems are appraised at CMMI DEV Maturity Level 5 & CMMI SVC Maturity Level 5 and certified under ISO 9001:2015, ISO/IEC 27001:2013.

On July 1, 2008, EVRY India was acquired by EDB Business Partner ASA, a Norwegian information technology group and one of the largest IT groups in Europe. EDB acquired 50.1 percent stake in EI for US$3.8 million (about Rs. 15.2 crore). EDB had over 4,600 employees and a turnover of over $1 billion at the time of acquiring the majority stake in EI.

On October 14, 2010, EDB formally merged with ErgoGroup, another leading Nordic IT firm headquartered in Oslo. Though the newly merged company was initially christened EDB ErgoGroup ASA, on March 17, 2012 it changed its name to "EVRY". The merged IT giant now has over 10,000 employees across 135 offices in 16 countries, which includes EVRY India.