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Artezio CEO Pavel Adylin speaks at the Russian CIO-Summit 2012
Pavel Adylin, Artezio CEO and the chairman of Russian major IT-association RUSSOFT attended the 10th Russian CIO-Summit 2012 in Moscow with the opening speech.
Mr. Adylin devoted his key-note to the purpose of the strategic research paper "About the development of the IT industry in Russia" created by the association AP KIT and McKinsey. In his speech, Pavel Adylin presented the most relevant thesis of the Russian IT industry development strategy. It includes the consolidated view of IT community on the most important issues of the market growth up to 2020. It contains a set of concrete proposals to ensure the accelerated development of the IT industry that includes: the promotion to global markets; increasing the efficiency of public administration and IT based provision of public services; growth of virtualization and use of corporate IT-solutions in enterprises of any size or ownership form to keep developing the innovative economy and total productivity enhancement.
Pavel Adylin, Artezio CEO: “RUSSOFT and AP KIT consider that it’s important to work closely with all members of the IT market. We believe that the CIO Community is our main partner in promoting the basic provisions of the Strategy to the state authorities and the leaders of Russian companies in various sectors of the economy.”
Russian CIO Summit in Moscow is the annual IT match-making event that gathers top-managers of Russian IT companies and CIOs from different industry segments. During the event, participants discuss the main problems of IT industry in Russia, HR management, market analysis, IT strategy and information security. Each year the conference attracts more and more delegates and exhibitors. This year, delegates could sum up work of the summit for the decade.
Artezio is an ISO 9001:2008 certified software development and consulting company. Over the last eleven years, Artezio has completed more than 500 projects for its international clients. Since 2005, Artezio is a member and a major offshore division of LANIT group which is a $2.5B IT Services vendor with 5000 employees. From its development centers in Russia, Belarus and Ukraine Artezio delivers cost effective, high quality IT services to clients in North America, Europe, Middle East and Japan thus being one of the leading Russian offshore/nearshore software developers.