Company profile

Brief business history

The company was established in Austria in 1990 having main office in World Trade Center, Vienna (1991-1995), then moved to its HQ to Donaustadt Vienna. The company is the member of Austrian Economic Trade Chamber.

Its main business activities were initially related to distribution of microelectronics components, system integration, implementing of innovative technologies RFID, optical crystals for research and developing advanced ICT solutions for business performance management. Over the past years the company had business collaboration with a number of large international corporations and national partners in countries.

Business collaboration history

  • Texas Instruments, USA (Jan 1993 – 1998) General distributor and service support partner (notebooks, printers, scientific calculators, Radio Frequency Identification –RFID and Integrated circuits components) for CIS and Eastern Europe. (Effective business growth ended after TI sold the business division to Acer). 
  • Siemens AG, Germany (1996-2001) - outsource software development and training services
  • Micron Electronics, USA (1996 – 1999) - Distributor of computers and components, CIS and Eastern Europe
  • Transcore Inc, Amtech Systems Division (1997-2001) –Distributer and project partner of RFI products for projects in CIS and Eastern Europe
  • Fisher – Rosemount AG, Switzerland (1996-2001), system integration projects  
  • System integration and equipment supply for projects in Russia, Ukraine, and Vietnam (1993-2003)

Collaboration with UN organizations

The company has long history of collaboration with United Nations organizations located in Vienna International Center providing customized ICT developments, training and consulting, coaching. It includes as follows:

  • 1991-1993:  Collaboration with International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in development and application of CLAIR software system for environmental and integrated technological risk assessment in industrial areas, quality control and assurance.
  • 1994 – 2000:   Supply of computer systems, hardware, software and communication equipment for the Industrial and Energy Development Projects implemented by United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)
  • 1994 – 1998:  Collaboration with Quality, Standardization and Metrology Branch, UNIDO in development and support of UNIDO business performance software packages Business Environment Strategic Toolkit (BEST), Financial Improvement Toolkit (FIT), Measurement Control Chart Toolkit (MCCT) and Pharos Business Navigator
  • 1998 – Current:  Implementing the Contract between UNIDO and GOLEM IMS GmbH on Development, Distribution, Training and Supporting for UNIDO Business Performance Software products BEST, FIT, MCCT and Pharos Business Navigator for small and medium enterprises in private sectors.

The UNIDO Pharos software suite had been implemented in about 3000 small and medium enterprises in several UNIDO capacity building and industrial modernization programmes which took place in Bahrain, China, Colombia, Cuba, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Lebanon, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Ukraine, Uganda, United Kingdom, USA, Venezuela, and Zambia. The company run Pharos workshops in Vienna International Centre for enterprises, entrepreneurs and national consultants in applying UNIDO Pharos software instruments for improving business performance, competitiveness, productivity, quality and sustainability of SMEs and compliance to international quality standards.

Several relevant milestones of this collaboration in international projects are presented in the page History timeline.The breakthrough innovation Pharos Navigator® introduced in 2016 effectively integrates functionalities of all separate legacy packages BEST, FIT, Pharos and MCCT enabling unified digital transformation solution for measurement, monitoring and benchmarking of Industrial processes, energy, resource efficient and cleaner production, circular and green economy, environmental and quality management, introduction of smart productivity methods improving use of materials, energy, water and reduce generation of waste, effluents and emissions and other real world processes which generate data streams.