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Artezio attends the 3rd Annual Investment Forum of Business-Leaders "Innovations for Business"
Artezio’s CEO Pavel Adylin speaks at the Forum on the practical experience of innovation projects’ development with a presentation “Artezio – story of one Russian start-up”.
In his presentation “Artezio – story of one Russian start-up” Artezio’s CEO Pavel Adylin shared his 20-years experience of doing business in Russia with young entrepreneurs. He told how to establish and develop a technological service company, drew attention on the topic how to perform complicated projects using distributed network of subsidiaries. The presentation was welcomed by participant of the event.
Since its inception in 2000 as a start-up with four employees staff Artezio became one the leaders in Russian software outsourcing industry and accomplished over 300 projects in North America, Western Europe, Israel, Japan and Russia. The main factors of such success are the prior attention to HR-policy, time-management, planning and project approach, orientation on clients needs, ability to allow for mistakes an to change plans in a short notice. All these principles were expounded in the presentation of Mr. Adylin.
Artezio is an ISO 9001:2008 certified software development and consulting company. Over the last nine years, Artezio has completed more than 300 projects for its international clients. Since 2005, Artezio is a member and a major offshore division of LANIT group which is a $1.1B IT Services vendor with 4000 employees. From its development centers in Russia, Belarus and Canada Artezio delivers cost effective, high quality IT services to clients worldwide thus being one of the leading Russian offshore/nearshore software developers.
Oleg Yudin, marketing manager, Artezio
Tel. +7 (495) 981 0531
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Artezio is a LANIT group member specializing in software outsourcing in the telecommunications, financial, insurance and healthcare sectors. The company has finished over 300 projects for customers in Russia, Europe, Japan, North America and Israel.