Tiger Technology

Sofia, Bulgaria, IT Capital of Europe

Tiger Technology has been developing software and designing high-performance, secure, data management solutions for companies in Enterprise IT, Surveillance, Media and Entertainment, and SMB/SME markets since 2003. It was identified by the Endeavour group as one of the foremost cloud technology providers on the market today.

Customers are using Tiger solutions in over 120 countries. Tiger’s software portfolio consists of high-speed NAS/SAN file system sharing, virtual volume set and virtual project workspace management in addition to HSM tiering and synchronization solutions. Tiger Technology enables organizations of any size and scale to manage their digital assets on premises, public cloud, or with a hybrid model.

The company is privately held, with a team of experienced field and engineering professionals. Tiger Technology is headquartered in Sofia, Bulgaria and in Alpharetta, GA, USA.


Alexander Lefterov – CEO, CTO, co-founder
Lance Kelson – Executive Vice President

Did you know?

Apple, HP, SAP, Johnson Controls, CISCO, ProSyst, Atos, VMware, and HP all have significant development centers in Sofia. Bulgaria ranks #1 in Europe in terms of IT-certified specialists per capita and 8th in the world in total ICT specialists. As such, Bulgaria out-performs countries with much larger populations. By 2011, Bulgaria had an ICT workforce of 78,000, which represented 2.7% of the total workforce.

John Vincent Atanasoff was a physicist and inventor of Bulgarian descent, best known for inventing the first electronic digital computer.

The roses grown in Bulgaria’s “Rose Valley” produce most (70-85%) of the world’s rose oil – a component in most perfumes.

In 1976 UNESCO declared the ancient Bulgarian calendar as the most accurate in the world.

With the accession of Bulgaria to the EU on January 1, 2007, Cyrillic became the third official alphabet of the EU.

Bulgaria is the only country in Europe that hasn’t changed its name since it was first established. This happened in 681 AD.