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  • Women in IT Connect to Russia

    8 March 2005 | Media

    By Sveta Skibinsky The St. Petersburg Times, a prominent English language business daily in Russia, features DataArt's Jane Kurts and Julia Zavileyskaya, as co-founders of the Russian chapter of Women in Technology (RusWIT). WorldWIT, an online network for career-driven women combines 35,000 members...

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  • Beta delivery stage of Cancer Research UK Project is marked as success

    7 March 2005 | Press Release

    DataArt is happy to announce that beta version of Application Management System was successfully demonstrated in Cancer Research UK offices. The system has been under development since October 2004 and is an important milestone. The work of DataArt's development team received many compliments from...

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  • DataArt doubles revenue in 2004

    4 March 2005 | Press Release

    DataArt, a premiere software outsourcing company with offices in New York and St. Petersburg, Russia, has announced 100% revenue growth, to over four million dollars, in 2004. DataArt attributes its success to calculated efforts in acquiring key accounts in the financial services industry, mainly...

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  • DataArt and Microsoft Russia hold CRM seminar

    2 March 2005 | Press Release

    DataArt and Microsoft Russia held a CRM systems seminar at DataArt's St. Petersburg R&D center, addressing the issues of developing new and optimizing existing client relationship management systems. DataArt's Vladimir Gabriel presented options of utilizing CRM systems, outlining their...

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  • DataArt's President completes executive MBA at R.H. Smith

    25 February 2005 | Press Release

    DataArt's President Eugene Goland has successfully completed an Executive MBA program at the Robert H. Smith School of Business, an internationally recognized leader in management education and research for the digital economy. The University of Maryland's Smith Executive MBA (EMBA) is an innovative,...

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  • Java Technology Evangelist Simon Ritter attends St. Petersburg JUG

    21 February 2005 | Press Release

    DataArt's Yakov Sirotkin has staged the most successful meeting of the Java User Group in St. Petersburg to date: a recent event was attended by Java Technology Evangelist Simon Ritter. In his presentation "The Roar Of The Tiger", Sun Microsystem's Ritter discussed new features and updates...

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  • Systematic approach to "Testing process"

    15 February 2005 | Press Release

    Kirill Lebedev, DataArt's leading developer, shares trade secrets in his recent article "Applications Testing (VDP case)". The article suggests how to improve testing methodologies and to create effective tests, describes a multi-level approach to testing, and more. This is a result of Lebedev's extensive...

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  • Inaugural OOBP.org Teleconference is a success

    8 February 2005 | Press Release

    The first OOBP.org teleconference "Economics of Offshore Outsourcing", sponsored by DataArt, was attended by over 30 executives and proved to be a worthy undertaking. Three distinguished speakers – Stuart Robbins of CIO Collective, Alexei Miller of DataArt and Todd Ruback, an attorney – shared...

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  • "It's a Man's World. Or is it?" - DataArt in a February column on WorldWIT.org

    4 February 2005 | Media

    By Vica Vinogradova Vica Vinogradova, DataArt's VP of Corporate Communications, contributes a story to WorldWIT, a premiere international community of Women in Technology. "It's a man world. Or is it?" article explores the subject of whether being a woman in an all-male company is still an obstable...

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  • Career Center Web Site

    2 February 2005 | Press Release

    A new site for DataArt's joint program with the department of Physics at the State University of St. Petersburg has been launched. The site, www.career-center.ru, provides various facts about "Information Technology, EconoPhysics and Complex Systems Management", a professional education program started...

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