MicroComplex is one of the first private software companies in Bulgaria created by Vladimir Zografski and Alexander Alexiev. It started its activity in July 1990. The main business of the company is “creation, distribution and implementation of software for automation of financial and accounting activities”.
The company has no predecessor to inherit. This did not allow for any initial capital other than human resources and the will to succeed. The first Microcomputer PC was purchased with a $ 2,500 credit. In the first year, the company created several software products that began to run out of anonymity. One of these is a Payroll Software. The first customers in 1990 are already present – several organizations in Sofia and Pleven. The first representation of the company in Bourgas was opened in the face of Mrs. Maria Milanova and her company “MIM Consult”. Thanks to its experience and routine, the market in the Burgas region rapidly expanded. With her activity MicroComplex’s software gained popularity even in other regions of Bulgaria.
Throughout the years after its foundation, the company develops and expands its software. Meanwhile the business environment led to focusing and automating specific economical processes. That’s why in 1995 the company makes the decision to focus its entire business on improving its software for labour, salary, personal payments. After this, the software, which has received the name Aladin, takes its place as a market leader across the labour management software business. The company keeps information for every single regulation regarding labor law in Bulgaria which made the software the most accurate and reliable on the market.
Labor-law consultations, implementation, engineering, training and correct attitude are the things that make MicroComplex a desirable partner in the information technology market in Bulgaria.