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  • DataArt Partners with Intermedia.NET to Offer Custom Application Development

    5 October 2005 | Press Release

    DataArt, a high-end software outsourcing provider, has partnered with New York-based Intermedia.NET, a leading turnkey provider of hosting services. Under the arrangement, DataArt will provide Intermedia.NET clients with custom application development while Intermedia.NET will offer hosting services...

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  • Gadgets for Spies, Flights and Dating Isles

    4 October 2005 | Media

    By Yekaterina Dranitsyna "When you book flight tickets, does the question of who will sit next to you on the plane make you anxious?" asks St. Petersburg English language daily. Brushing through the latest inventions and gadgets aiming at enhancing communications, the paper reviews AirTroductions...

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  • Guerilla Marketing

    3 October 2005 | Media

    Financial Russian weekly Money (Den'gi) explores the intricate ways of guerilla marketing, and reviews companies with the most effective tactics. DataArt is featured as an example of a company that turned smart networking into tangible business deals, and became one of the leaders in IT outsourcing...

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  • Global Sourcing at Its Best, or DataArt Builds AirTroductions.com for AirKarma, Ltd.

    28 September 2005 | Press Release

    DataArt, a high-end software outsourcing company, announced technical completion of AirTroductions, an in-flight registration and networking platform, allowing passengers to "find the perfect seatmate by matching up like-minded flyers". "If I'm looking to find a new business contact, to share...

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  • DataArt Builds AirTroductions.com

    28 September 2005 | Press Release

    DataArt announced technical completion of AirTroductions, an in-flight registration and networking platform, allowing passengers to "find the perfect seatmate by matching up like-minded flyers". "If I'm looking to find a new business contact, to share a cab from the airport, to find a date or...

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  • DataArt Executives Support 2005 Komen New York City Race for the CureĀ®

    25 September 2005 | Press Release

    DataArt executives participated in the 2005 Komen New York City Race for the CureĀ® on Sunday morning, joining more than 20,000 New Yorkers in their support for the fight against breast cancer. Vica Vinogradova, DataArt's VP of Corporate Communications, ran with "100 Women in Hedge Funds" team,...

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  • Russia: From the Lab to the Back Office

    23 September 2005 | Media

    By Nilotpal Chakravarti Global Outsourcing online, the leading resource for offshore outsourcing in South Asia, reviews Russia's potential and achievements in the area of IT outsourcing, particularly in the financial technology space. Russia "has 20 times as many scientists on a per capita basis,...

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  • How to Make an Internet Marketing Plan Work

    21 September 2005 | Media

    By Julia Zavileyskaya Julia Zavileyskaya, DataArt's Marketing Director, contributes an article on Web site search engine optimization (SEO) for small and medium businesses to WorldWIT's "Thinking Aloud". Being one of the leading SEO experts at DataArt, Julia shares the secrets of making your site...

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  • DataArt Executives Create Business Opportunities with Online Networking

    16 September 2005 | Press Release

    RusWIT, the Russian chapter of WorldWIT.org, headed by DataArt's marketing executives, held a kick-off meeting in St. Petersburg. The event presented interesting business networking opportunities as it was attended by representatives of KPMG, Intel, IFC and The St. Petersburg Times newspaper among...

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  • Russian IT Firms Turn to Financial Market for Clients

    6 September 2005 | Media

    By Yekaterina Dranitsyna Just a few years ago the very idea of Russia-based software engineers developing integrated systems for international investment funds seemed unbelievable," writes St. Petersburg (Russia) English-language business daily. "The situation has changed," continues the paper quoting...

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