EPILOG’S TIMELINE OF MILESTONES BY DECADES
1990 — 2000: From Logina to Epilog
1990: Damjan Širca and Damjan Štrucl establish the company Logina d.o.o., for the development of software for managing warehouses (Warehouse Management System — WMS). The very same year, the company develops and implements a storage and retrieval system on the Dematic microcomputer.
1991: Development and implementation of the first LBS (coordination software) in the OS/2 operating system.
1992: Development of the computer vision software, Logivid, an application for the thermal imaging of power lines, as well as software for information terminals and our own hypertext language (html).
1993: Development of software for the first robotic warehouse for Sandvik.
1995: Logina divides into two operational units, Logina IT and Logina Lagersoft.
1997: Development of steering software for storage and retrieval systems on a PC and implementation of MFS on Interbus–S and OS/2 PC. In this implementation we use the Interbus–S intelligent network, which at the time is a pioneering endeavour.
1998: Logina Lagersoft starts developing vehicle tracking systems and store loyalty cards. In the same year, we implement the first two information systems for warehouse management (WMS) on IBM's operating systems DB/2 and OS/2 in two German companies, Hartmann and G+S. For the first time, RFID technology is used for the warehousing of semi–products in the cement industry.
2001 — 2010: Birth and bloom of the AtlasWMS system
2002: Logina Lagersoft is renamed Epilog. The new name, selected in a special competition, symbolises the “last” but indispensable step in the development of a state–of–the–art warehouse — Epilog and its software breathes life into a warehouse, giving it a soul. We develop our own new integrated MFS system and Atlas WMS system based on Java and Oracle.
2008: Epilog is listed among the fastest growing Slovene companies and is thus nominated for the Gazelle Awards 2007. As the most successful partner in the field of the solution services offer outside Slovenia, Epilog also receives an Oracle diploma.
2009: Epilog is again ranked among the fastest growing Slovene companies and is put on the list of the nominees for the Gazelle Awards 2008.
2010: Celebrating its 20th anniversary, Epilog moves into new premises in the Technology Park Ljubljana, designed by renowned Slovene architect, Sandi Pirš.
In spring we receive a quality certificate granted by the German Institute for Material Flows and Logistics Fraunhofer IML. Once again, we become Oracle's most successful partner in projects abroad for the current business year, and we also obtain a Quality Management Systems certificate according to the ISO 9001:2008 standard.
2011 — Focused on development of new solutions and partnerships
2011: At the beginning of the year, we entered a new partnership with the Slovene–German Chamber of Commerce, the strongest network of domestic export companies and German investors. We received a certificate of rating excellence with the highest possible grade AAA. We also developed and launched a new, innovative optimisation and cost–saving module CutITsmart.
The most precious and valuable milestones, however, are marked by each and every new employee and colleague joining us. The Epilog team, which first consisted of the “two Damjans”, is now composed of diverse experts in the field of high technology as well as other expert co–workers.ci.