Moscow, Russia, April 16, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Pavel Adylin, Artezio CEO, spoke on “IT-SUMMIT '2014. Industry Leaders Meeting” within the section “Globalization of IT market. Experience of East-European companies to enter international markets. Specifics of international markets during stagnation period” where he talked about Artezio experience in collaboration with customers worldwide. Also Mr. Adylin expanded on a topic of cooperation between employees in the distributed team to propose more efficient custom software development sales offers on international markets.
Nowadays Artezio includes 7 development centers in Eastern Europe that helps to hire more high-qualified specialists and reach more flexibility of business offers for different customers.
The conference “IT-SUMMIT '2014. Industry Leaders Meeting” took place on April 2-4 in Minsk. The event was dedicated to the annual results and perspectives of East-European IT industry. The participants discussed such topics as investment efficiency in different IT industry segments, collaboration with government, HR questions and perspectives on the world markets. The hottest problems determined at the event were the stagnation and high competition on local and international markets, growing risks in connection with current political situation in Ukraine and supportive measures that can be provided by government for IT industry development.
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.