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  • CIO Collective takes a look at Russia

    9 February 2004 | Media

    PCWeek (www.pcweek.ru) "On February 4th at the Technology Leadership Forum held in Saint Petersburg, Stuart Robbins, executive director of American non-commercial association the CIO Collective, and Eugene Goland, president of the Petersburg company DataArt, announced a new alliance." Download...

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  • DataArt becomes Official Expert of Bortnik Fund.

    9 February 2004 | Press Release

    The Fort Ross Consortium, which has become an official partner of the Foundation for Assistance to Small Innovative Enterprises (FASIE), invited Michael Zavileysky to take part in expertise activities and in the fund's jury on the Start program. Michael was highly praised for his expertise in the projects...

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  • DataArt welcomes new member to the advisory board.

    6 February 2004 | Press Release

    DataArt is proud of its advisory board and is pleased to welcome Sheldon Breiner as a new member. Sheldon Breiner is the president of New Ventures West, a high tech business incubator. He is also the chairman and founder of Wireless Note Systems, director of ESP Inc., co-founder and president of Solis...

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  • Global Technology Forum: Russia puts the squeeze on India in the outsourcing market

    5 February 2004 | Media

    CNews (www.cnews.ru) "The First Global Technology Forum has been held in Saint Petersburg, organised by DataArt and the CIO Collective. The Global Technology Forum ought not only to introduce Russia to prospects of exporting PO to the West, but also acquaint the West with a country that is often...

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  • Russia pushes its way into the programming market

    5 February 2004 | Media

    Newspaper "Kommersant" #20 "The Global Technology Forum, a one-day programmers' forum, was held in St. Petersburg yesterday. According to Mr. Robbins, the time has arrived for Russian programmers. "India is already last year's solution. Now we're waiting to see what the Russians have to offer,"...

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  • Global Technology Forum held in Saint Petersburg

    5 February 2004 | Media

    REGNUM (www.regnum.ru) "A one-day programmers' forum has been held in Saint Petersburg- the first Global Technology Forum, reports the REGNUM-NEWS SPb correspondent. The event was organised by DataArt and the CIO Collective. The forum aimed to cover worldwide trends for the usage of information...

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  • Overtaking India

    4 February 2004 | Media

    Information agency "Rosbalt" (www.rosbalt.ru) You would have to be almost totally technologically out of it these days not to know that India is the world's leader in Internet Technology (IT) development. Thus, in 2002, India exported software products worth between USD 7.6 billion and 8.2 billion...

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  • DataArt Invites CIOs to Share Knowledge with Russian Software Outsourcing Companies

    4 February 2004 | Press Release

    On February 4, 2004, in St. Petersburg, Russia, American CIOs will talk about their experience with representatives of Russian companies. Invited by DataArt, Stuart Robbins, the executive director of CIO Collective and a key technology thought leader in America's premier CIO community, is a featured...

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  • DataArt and CIO Collective hold Technology Leadership Forum.

    4 February 2004 | Press Release

    The Technology Leadership Forum was recently held in the Grand Hotel Europe. The principle speakers included Stuart Robbins, Valentin Makarov, Andrey Narvsky, and Eugene Goland. Loretta W. Prencipe conducted the question/answer period that followed. More than 100 attendees, representing various areas...

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  • Global Technology Forum

    3 February 2004 | Media

    WebPlanet (www.webplanet.ru) ..."A press conference dedicated to the first Global Technology Forum is to be held in Saint Petersburg. The forum will cover key questions relating to outsourcing and the development of offshore programming, and will also pursue the aim of setting up business contacts...

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