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  • VC Pipeline Still Flowing to Local Tech Firms By Amanda Fung

    28 May 2008 | Media

    By Amanda Fung Following DataArt’s announcement on raising private equity investment, Crain’s New York Business features the company as one of the champions in New York technology space as it managed to secure the funds despite the markets’ volatility. “DataArt, which develops custom software for...

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  • DataArt targets additional $2M

    16 May 2008 | Media

    With $4 million in its pocket from a February venture capital investment, outsourced financial software startup DataArt Inc. is aiming to close on an additional $2 million in June to boost development of its product in Russia and the Ukraine. London-based Tower Gate Capital led the deal, joined by...

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  • IAOP Names DataArt World’s Top 100 Provider for the Third Year in a Row

    15 May 2008 | Press Release

    We did it again. DataArt, a high-end software outsourcing company with development centers in Russia and the Ukraine, was named one of the world’s top 100 service providers by IAOP for the third year in a row. The International Association of Outsourcing Professionals gave the highest possible ranking...

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  • DataArt Financial Technology Seminar: Efficiency & IP Protection in Outsourcing

    14 April 2008 | Press Release

    DataArt semi-annual financial technology seminar at Harvard Club of New York gathered industry elites to discuss the big trade-off between efficiency and IP protection in consulting relationships. The distinguished panel, moderated by Phil Albinus of Waters magazine, focused on due diligence as a...

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  • Aberdeen Group Names DataArt Best-in-Class R&D Outsourcing Provider

    1 March 2008 | Press Release

    Aberdeen Group names DataArt a best-in-class outsourcing provider in its Market Alert, DataArt Leverages a Unique Delivery Model and Europe-proximate Facilities to Win Marquee Business. Referencing its recent report, Aberdeen writes that from the end user’s perspective, the key benefits to outsourcing...

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  • Social Report: Open Leaders

    28 February 2008 | Media

    Kommersant Daily, the leading Russian business daily, published a rating of the most open executives in St. Petersburg, those with flexible management style and transparency of operations. The Social Report, based on the data from several city newspapers, lists DataArt COO Mikhail Zavileysky among the...

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  • Russia Today

    26 February 2008 | Media

    Russia Today, the only English-language TV channel covering exclusively Russia, interviews two DataArt executives on the subject of Russia’s IT future. “Huge economic growth in Russia is impossible without further support for technology, according to one of the leading figures of St. Petersburg's IT...

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  • DataArt Selected to Global Services 100 List for the Second Year in a Row

    5 February 2008 | Press Release

    New York, February 5, 2008 - DataArt, a high-end software outsourcing company, was selected to Global Services 100 List for the second year in a row, and was once again recognized as a leader in Emerging European markets. The Global Services 100, now in its fourth year, ranks vendors on effective...

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  • DataArt Announces 2007 Year-End Results

    29 January 2008 | Press Release

    DataArt announced 2007 year-end results, reporting 73% overall revenue growth and 600% European revenue increase during its tenth year of operation. While the majority of DataArt’s clients remain in the U.S., the drastic increase in annual revenue is mostly attributed to a six-time increase of European...

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  • Germans Get Engaged in Software to Order in Russia

    25 January 2008 | Media

    CNews, the leading Russian IT review publication, discusses the plans of German T-Systems to start developing software for order by Russian gas and oil companies. "Mikhail Zavileisky, DataArt executive director, says it is rather difficult for a new brand to expand to the Russian market, but T-Systems,...

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