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  • Russia exchanges brains for currency

    24 February 2004 | Media

    Newspaper "Business Petersburg" #31 (1617) "Saint Petersburg. The fast development of the Russian IT industry is connected mainly with the flow of Western investment. In Russia, especially in Saint Petersburg and Moscow, companies involved in software development are practically fully booked with...

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  • First CMM training session held.

    24 February 2004 | Press Release

    Organized as a weekly series of lectures and seminars, Professor Dmitry Koznov of St. Petersburg State University examines certain areas of certification systems and related methods of software development. Relationships between the current software engineering processes used at DataArt and CMM recommendations...

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  • St.Petersburg CIO Forum reveals that global outsourcing will be driven by lower costs and focus on core business

    23 February 2004 | Press Release

    CIOs representing seven countries meet 29% say number one reason for outsourcing is to reduce projects costs; 27% say outsourcing driven by focus on core business Saint Petersburg, Russia, February 23, 2004 – Twenty-nine percent of 104 global CIOs say reducing project costs is the number one...

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  • Survey results of the Technology Leadership Forum.

    23 February 2004 | Press Release

    Reasons for outsourcing development projects offshore: 29% - Reduce project costs 27% - Focus in-house resources on core business 20% - Lack of in-house talent able to handle innovative development projects 15% - Flexibility 9% - Success with outsourcing less complex projects ...

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  • Stuart Robbins: "Your country needs to advertise itself, make its success stories known"

    19 February 2004 | Media

    IT News "The IT Technology Forum took place in Saint Petersburg on the February 4th. The president of the American association CIO Collective, Stuart Robbins, took part in the organisation of the event. After the forum, Stuart Robbins and DataArt president Eugene Goland answered questions from the...

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  • CIO Community of Practice Meeting.

    19 February 2004 | Press Release

    Eugene Goland, President of DataArt, gave a presentation at the CIO Community of Practice Meeting in Silicon Valley and participated in the round table discussion. The topic of this meeting was the practice of off-shoring. Eugene Goland presented the details and advantages of using Russian software...

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  • Special day for DataArt's Newham Team.

    12 February 2004 | Press Release

    DoMoreInNewham, an innovative online leisure network linking all organizations in Newham involved with sports and healthy living, went live today. DataArt won a public government tender for the development of the network almost a year ago, and we can say that it was a great honor for us to work on...

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  • Remote Artworking System successfully demonstrated.

    12 February 2004 | Press Release

    The Remote Artworking System, created by DataArt for a leading UK based company in the area of digital asset management and workflow solutions, was successfully demonstrated to more than 100 people. Those in attendance included clients and CIOs of the firm along with brand and promotion professionals...

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  • QA Platform Enriched by two High-end Servers.

    11 February 2004 | Press Release

    The QA platform, necessary for the development of large-scale financial applications for a major New York based asset management firm, was enriched today by two high-end servers. This will greatly improve the efficiency of development and testing, providing almost the same hardware environment as the...

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  • City Seeks Software Action

    10 February 2004 | Media

    By Vanessa Bittner The Saint - Petersburg Times (#942) "The question, put at the Technology Leadership Forum held in St. Petersburg on Wednesday by Andrei Narvsky, co-chair of the American Chamber of Commerce Information Technology Committee, revealed the competitive nature of the outsourcing market...

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