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  • New Technologies that Disrupt the 'Norm' Foster Innovation

    18 April 2005 | Media

    By Suzy Barile Suzy Barile of Triangle Business Journal traces the progress of disruptive technologies from 1864 to the current times. While "disruptive" in the music industry, "in the software development business, disruptive technology comes in the guise of offshore outsourcing. And that suits...

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  • The Captives Are Restless

    18 April 2005 | Media

    "Financial firms that set up captive "in-sourcing" operations overseas are starting to face some of the same staffing issues experienced by outsourcing vendors - and can learn a few things from those vendors" writes Maria Trombly of Securities Industry News. DataArt is featured as an example of a successful...

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  • DataArt's VP elected co-Chair of HR Committee, American Chamber of Commerce in Russia

    18 April 2005 | Press Release

    Jane Kurts, VP of Communications at DataArt, was elected co-Chair of the Human Resourses Committee at the American Chamber of Commerce in St. Petersburg, Russia. In her new role Jane will coordinate committee meetings, invite guest speakers and co-moderate discussions. She was selected from a group...

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  • Global Outsourcing Reaches Jacksonville: Strategic Technologies, Inc. Signs DataArt as an Outsourcing Provider

    11 April 2005 | Press Release

    DataArt has announced that it was selected by Strategic Technologies, Inc., a leading integrator of business and technology, to provide software development services. With recently opened offices in Jacksonville, DataArt's Russian team will serve as an extension of Strategic Technologies'...

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  • 57,000 hours of Oracle Development, now for use by SMBs

    4 April 2005 | Press Release

    DataArt reports that it has passed a 57,000-hour mark of Oracle based development, and started offering this expertise to Small and Mid-size businesses. The range of projects spans from asset management and workflow automation to publishing and billing. According to DataArt's president, Eugene...

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  • Outsourcing TV Special Report: Interview with Alexei Miller, EVP of Project Management, DataArt

    30 March 2005 | Media

    Alexei Miller, DataArt's Executive Vice President, shares his thoughts on project management in a special report by Miller discusses common misconceptions and risks of remote project management, offers insight on successful solutions, and describes DataArt's own Web-based PM System...

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  • DataArt Launches New Project for Network Physics

    25 March 2005 | Press Release

    DataArt is proud to report that Network Physics has renewed its relationship with DataArt's dedicated QA team to test a new version of a network monitoring device. DataArt has successfully completed a QA cycle for the previous version of the software, and participated in the Development cycle of the...

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  • Taking Aim at Team Building

    24 March 2005 | Media

    By Sveta Skibinsky St. Petersburg Times discusses team spirit in corporate cultures, and features DataArt as a company that successfully "blurs the line between work and play" at its corporate events. As western and Russian corporate cultures inevitably vary, "DataArt keeps some flavor of Russia...

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  • DataArt in Stockholm School of Economics

    11 March 2005 | Press Release

    Mikhail Zavileysky, DataArt's COO was invited by the Stockholm School of Economics (Russian branch) to conduct a CRM seminar. The seminar covered the basics principals and benefits of CRM systems as well as DataArt's experience in developing them. Additionally, Zavileysky discussed possible...

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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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