Moscow, Russia, May 26, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- This event gathered over 350 representatives of the largest banks and financial institutions as well as system integrators and other IT companies operating in support of financial domain. The participants discussed business process automation for financial institutes and organizations, customer relationship management, security and implementation of cloud solutions in the banking industry.
“Artezio is still expanding its Department of Banking Technologies, increasing the expertise in this sphere. We’re actively collaborating with big banks and other financial institutions. The finance market is a very perspective direction of the company expanding. Exhibiting at such events is extremely useful for Artezio in terms of new possibilities for informatization of banking sector and exploring new horizons and trends in financial software segment,” comments Michael Philippov, Head of Banking Technologies Department.
For over 10 years Artezio has successfully implemented projects in the financial industry. Last year the company launched a new Department of Banking Technologies. The main goal of it is to provide IT services for financial institutions and companies. Within department’s activity there were implemented a few projects in the field of customer software development, system integration, SDCs set-up and consulting.
Artezio is an ISO 9001:2008 certified software development and consulting company. Over the last thirteen years, Artezio has completed more than 500 projects for its international clients. Since 2005, Artezio has been a member and a major offshore division of LANIT group, a $2.5 billion IT Services vendor with over 5000 employees. From its development centers in Russia, Belarus and Ukraine Artezio delivers cost effective, high quality IT services to clients in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Japan. Artezio is one of the top-5 Russian offshore/nearshore software outsourcing companies according to the Global Outsourcing 100, Global Services 100, Gartner Reports, Black Book of Outsourcing, etc.