The Lanit-Tercom story

Рrof. Andrey Terekhov founded and has directed Lanit-Tercom ever since we began back in 1991 as one of the very first IT companies in Russia.

To this day we are a leader in the international market for IT tech and systems built on complex mathematical programming.

Our focus, however, is on reengineering complex systems; developing and supporting purpose-built equipment, software, and IT systems; digital audio and video processing and information security.

Lanit-Tercom actively participates in the government-aided Peterhof-Naukograd program aimed at creating an IT park of St.Petersburg State University.


Prof. Andrey Terekhov
Prof. Andrey Terekhov
Founder and President

Prof. Andrey N. Terekhov, Founder and President PhD in Computer Science (1978, Compiler writing), Habilitation Thesis (1991, Software technology). Professor of Saint-Petersburg State University, Head of Software Engineering Chair. Member of ACM and IEEE Computer Society. Member of RUSSOFT Board of Directors (Association of Russian software enterprises). 


Vadim Sabashny
Vadim Sabashny

In 2004 Vadim graduated with honors from the mechanics and mathematical modelling faculty at Saint Petersburg State University. His career at Lanit-Tercom began in 2001 with a stint as a junior developer, though by 2009 he was in charge of the telecommunication department. In 2016 he shouldered responsibility for the company’s entire production department and became CEO in 2021.

Vladimir Ufnarovskiy
Vladimir Ufnarovskiy

Having started his IT career as a computer programmer in 1994 in SE Tercom, today Mr. Ufnarovskii is a successful manager with many years of IT top management experience. Mr. Ufnarovskii graduated with honours from St. Petersburg State University in the field of Computer Science.

Our partners

St. Petersburg Association of Industrial Enterprises

The St. Petersburg Association of Industrial Enterprises was founded in 1989. Its membership includes more than 70 of the city’s biggest companies in the shipbuilding, mechanical engineering, instrument manufacturing, and electronics industries as well as major banks, insurance companies, and other organizations and unions. The association’s main functions are to promote products and services outside the local market, help with municipal orders, and raise awareness of and competitiveness within Russian and St. Petersburg companies.Lanit-Tercom joined the association in November 2016.