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NEWS ARTICLE30 March 2020

The Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition calls for pledges to address the surging need for digital skills and solutions in these exceptional times

With the current COVID-19 crisis, many Europeans have been suddenly thrown into conditions demanding the use of digital technologies. The Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition, supported by the European Commission, is calling for organisations to pledge to support the sudden need for digital skills and digital solutions in the current circumstances.

Across the European Union, many employees now find themselves working from home while teachers and students move online. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is having a severe effect on SME owners, the self-employed, teachers, parents and older adults who need to find ways to continue in these challenging times which now relies on the access to and use of digital technologies. Never before have digital skills been so important. Many Coalition members and National Coalitions are already acting by offering free resources or trainings.

We are asking organisations across Europe to join us and help provide these sorely needed digital skills by making a pledge to the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition and sharing their initiative across Europe.

Pledges can:

  • Enable traditional SME owners to manage their businesses and move activities online (e.g. sales)
  • Equip SME employees with the tools to meet their new and changing roles
  • Supply teleworkers with the best tools to find their new routine
  • Provide  ICT service specialists with the possibilities to upskill in advanced digital technologies and develop their own opportunities
  • Empower the self-employed to uncover new revenue streams
  • Reduce the risk of exclusion and loneliness for older adults and other at-risk groups
  • Help teachers and parents create new digital resources and utilise digital education platforms
  • Support the continued progress of learners from primary and secondary schools
  • Create the next generation of coders and makers

Already today, organisations across Europe are mobilising in their thousands to take on this common challenge; maker communities are producing emergency equipment, volunteers are providing digital technology support over the phone to older adults and making platforms and tools available to educators. Pledge today to join the effort and tackle the immediate digital skills needs created by this crisis.

What is a pledge?

Pledges are commitments made by organisations, big and small, from the private, public and third sector, to go above and beyond the normal scope of their activities and make a direct contribution to reducing the digital skills gap Europe faces today.

Pledging organisations send a clear signal of their dedication to equip Europeans – citizens, the labour force and those in the education sector – with the skills they need for life and work in the digital age.

New pledges will join 104 other pledges consisting of over 300 initiatives ranging from organising online workshops, providing training courses or hosting awareness events and competitions. All pledges are visible in the Pledgeviewer.

Anyone wishing to make a pledge can receive personalised support from the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition Secretariat.

The Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition

The Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition is a unique community supported by the European Commission that:

  • Enables stakeholders to propose actions, programmes, initiatives to improve the digital skills situation in Europe;
  • Offers a platform of exchange to learn from peers and to showcase actions, initiatives developed and their impact;
  • Helps to join forces to pave the way for a strong and inclusive digital Europe.

Any such organisation, be it an SME or corporate, an education provider, a social partner, or non-governmental organisation is encouraged to become a member of the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition.

Since 2016, members of Coalition have made pledges to tackle the digital skills gap and taken action to provide skills training, job placements, certifications and other activities addressing four target groups: citizens, the labour force, ICT Specialists and digital skills in education. Over 90 organisations from 18 countries have made 104 pledges to date, offering millions of trainings and awareness activities to raise the level of digital skills amongst Europeans.

23 EU countries have already set up National Coalitions, with a further three in preparation, to address digital skills challenges at local level.

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Tremend enters for the fourth time in a row in the Financial Times 1000 list of the fastest-growing companies in Europe

PRESS RELEASE

Bucharest, March 6, 2020

Tremend Software Consulting has entered, for the fourth time consecutively, in the FT 1000 ranking, the annual top of the fastest-growing companies in Europe, compiled by the Financial Times and Statista. The software development and consulting company registered a 335.6% increase in revenue, consolidating its position among the top players in Europe.

“We are pleased to be, for the fourth year in a row, among the most dynamic companies in Europe. The presence in the FT1000 honors us. It’s a recognition of our company’s evolution at an international level, and also an acknowledgment of our competitiveness in today’s most dynamic industry – the technology industry” – Marius Hanganu, co-founder and Managing Partner Tremend.

Several important variables underlie this growth: the organizational culture, the customer-centric strategy, the strategic partnerships concluded in recent years, as well as the rapid adoption of emerging technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, IoT, Microservices, Big Data, and blockchain.

Tremend’s dynamic evolution was correlated with an accelerated expansion of its team, which currently exceeds 350 software engineers, as well as an investment in training and experimental learning programs. To support the growing demand for complex software solutions and expertise in emerging technologies, the company has opened a new headquarters in Brasov, which contributes to the development of projects for global clients in fields such as telecom, banking, retail, media, automotive.

The Financial Times ranks companies in Europe with the fastest growth rate in the region within 4 years. Due to the increasing importance of the role played by innovation and IT industry progress, each year there is a rise in the number of tech companies featured in the FT1000 list, reaching up to 189 participants in 2020.

This year, 11 Romanian companies entered the FT1000 rankings, of which 5 are from the IT industry. Most of the winners come from Germany, followed by Italy, the UK, and France, accounting for more than 70% of the overall ranking. Regarding the hierarchy of the cities in which these successful companies are located, two Eastern European capitals entered for the first time in the top 10 (Warsaw and Vilnius), the first place in the ranking being awarded to London, followed by Paris and Milan.

Founded in 2005, Tremend has implemented over 700 major projects for telecom operators, the banking sector, retailers, the media or the auto industry, its products serving over 60 million end users on four continents. Recent partnerships with Salesforce, Mastercard and Microsoft have contributed to a 55% increase in the company’s turnover in 2019. Salesforce implementations have brought significant business growth, as well as innovation and an unparalleled digital experience for Tremend’s customers engaged in digital transformation. The collaboration with Mastercard has boosted the financial-banking sector by introducing emerging technologies, while in partnership with Microsoft, Tremend offers solutions based on Microsoft Cognitive Services in the financial sector, IoT and AI.

Media Contact

Claudia Popa

Senior Marketing Specialist

claudia.popa@tremend.com

M. 0723 953 534

Marius Hanganu and Ioan Cocan, co-founders Tremend Software Consulting

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6th Eastern Partnership Business Forum

On June 24, 2019, took place in Bucharest the „6th Eastern Partnership Business Forum”, an edition dedicated to IT co-operation.

Mr. Florin Vrejoiu, Program Manager at ATIC moderated the section “Industry 4.0-converging to a digital future” with the following topics:

– Evolution of Industry 4.0. How is IT transforming trade?

– Industry 4.0-The Factory of the Future: Success stories from EaP countries

– Limitations of the current technologies in use today; current bottlenecks and difficulties

– Improvement of start-up initiatives; Incentives for young entrepreneur initiatives

The Eastern Partnership (EaP) is a joint initiative of the European External Action Service of the European Union (EU) together with EU, its Member States, and six Eastern European Partners governing its relationship with the post-Soviet states of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine. The EaP is intended to provide an avenue for discussions of trade, economic strategy, travel agreements, and other issues between the EU and its Eastern European neighbours. It also aims at building a common area of shared democracy, prosperity, stability, and increased cooperation. The project was initiated by Poland and a subsequent proposal was prepared in co-operation with Sweden. It was presented by the foreign ministers of Poland and Sweden at the EU’s General Affairs and External Relations Council in Brussels on 26 May 2008. The Eastern Partnership was inaugurated by the European Union in Prague, Czech Republic on 7 May 2009.

 Industry 4.0 is a name given to the idea of smart factories where machines are augmented with web connectivity and connected to a system that can visualise the entire production chain and make decisions on its own. The trend is towards automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies which include cyber-physical systems ([[CPS]]), the Internet of things (IoT), the Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT), cloud computing and cognitive computing. Industry 4.0 is also referred to as the fourth industrial revolution.

 

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WITSA’s 23rd World Congress on IT, Yerevan, Armenia, October 6-9, 2019

The World Congress on Information Technology (WCIT) is the signature event of the World Information Technology & Services Alliance (WITSA), a consortium of information and communications technology (ICT) associations from 83 countries, representing 90% of the industry.

For 40 years, technology leaders—CEOs and investors, policymakers and government officials, academics and technologists—have joined in this annual event to discuss the state of the industry, where it is headed and what it means for our future.

This year, WCIT will address The Power of Decentralization: Promise and Peril and explore how information and communications technology is transforming our lives for better and for worse—its impact on profits and prosperity, safety and security, democracy and humanity.

WCIT 2019 will include sessions on topics ranging from artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and smart cities to cybersecurity, climate change, and more. The world’s leading academics, technologists and entrepreneurs attend WCIT as it stimulates a decentralized network of experiences.

WITSA’s commitment expands to facilitate networking and help you create business relationships on a global level, as well as the opportunity to gain knowledge and experience to grow your business.

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Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Business Group of Information Technology and Communications (GEIC) and The Association for Information Technology and Communications of Romania (ATIC)

The Memorandum of Understanding was signed on May 22, 2019.

MEMORANDUM

At the same time, ATIC will receive information on business and investment opportunities for the creation of a Regional Center for IT&C development in Cuba, as well as invitations for ATIC members to attend at the International Communications Forum (25 – 27 September, 2019)and at Feria de la Informatica y las Comunicaciones (March, 2020).

Given the particular interest expressed by CARICOM and CUBA member states in their cooperation with ATIC, it is opportune to organize an ATIC economic mission in the region in the second half of September.

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CEPIS celebrates 30 years as principal network for ICT professionals in Europe

Brussels, May 10, 2019

CEPIS marked its 30th anniversary on 10 May, bringing members and stakeholders together for an event in the Hilton Brussels Grand Place hotel dedicated to best practices in digital skills development in Europe. The session was co-hosted with digital skills certification body, ECDL Foundation, which launched its new brand identity ‘ICDL’ in Europe, as well as a new programme structure.

Representatives from the European Commission and the private sector were invited to share their views and participate in a panel discussion on how to improve collaboration between private and public organisations. Speakers included the Head of the Digital Economy and Skills Unit, Fabrizia Benini, from DG CONNECT, European Commission, who presented the Commission’s multi-stakeholder approach to digital skills, as well as André Richier (DG GROW, European Commission), Oliver Roethig (UNI Europe), Mary Cleary (Irish Computer Society and CEN TC 428) and Izabela Milewska from Amazon’s Web Services Training & Certification department.

This event highlighted CEPIS’s continued effort to promote the best practices for ICT professionals in Europe, working closely with partners at European and national levels. CEPIS President, Byron Nicolaides, said:

“As the representative body of national associations of IT professionals across Europe, CEPIS has been promoting the development of the information society in Europe for 30 years, and we remain committed to supporting the highest digital standards in the years to come.”

Under its focus on promoting professionalism, CEPIS is working to ensure ethical aspects related to the IT workforce, the role of women in IT, cybersecurity, as well as growing the pool of new talent, focusing on computing in schools. Together with ICDL Foundation, CEPIS has launched IT Professionalism Europe (ITPE), a network of stakeholders committed to the advancement of IT professionalism in Europe.

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About CEPIS

The Council of European Professional Informatics Societies (CEPIS) is a non-profit organisation seeking to improve and promote high standards among IT professionals, in recognition of the impact that IT has on employment, business and society. CEPIS currently represents 30 Member Societies in 29 countries across greater Europe. Through its members, who are the professional IT bodies at national level, CEPIS represents approximately 450,000 ICT professionals.

Established in 1989, CEPIS has since grown to be more than just the European sum of its national parts. In addition to the resources it provides its members to support their activities, the association has established itself as the authoritative voice and principal network for European ICT professionals. It has successfully developed a privileged relationship with the European institutions and Brussels-centric stakeholders, promoting the development of the information society, and pushing the digital skills and IT professionalism agenda for the benefit of society and the economy.

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Tremend joins Mellanox in powering the majority of Top 500 supercomputers

Bucharest, February 7, 2019 – Tremend – one of the fastest growing software companies in Romania – has signed an agreement with Mellanox Technologies, a leading supplier of end-to-end connectivity solutions for servers and storage, with headquarters in California and Israel.

Within this agreement, Tremend will provide chip design and verification services, being one of the few providers in Romania that have the technical capacity to deliver in this highly specialized area. Tremend engineers will work side by side with Mellanox experts to build the next generation of the networking processors and switches that power the majority of Top 500 supercomputers and 90% of the Cloud HyperScale companies.

Bogdan Nitulescu, CTO and Partner, Tremend, said: “It’s a partnership that strengthens our business with the semiconductor industry and connects us to an avant-garde segment of software and hardware services. We believe in the growth potential on the local market, capitalizing on our main strengths – highly educated human resources, a talented team and very good cultural compatibility with our partners.”

Tremend will open up to 50 positions within its team in the next two years, offering the opportunity for computer science, mathematics or electronics graduates to specialize in the cutting edge field of chip design and verification for the fastest and most advanced networking products on the market.

Ido Bukspan, VP of Chip Design, Mellanox Technologies said – “We have a great momentum in developing our cutting edge devices and our strategy is designed to keep it going strong. We’re talking here about state-of-the-art, best in the world devices in this specific category. Starting a collaboration with Tremend is further proof to our operational efficiency and we’re confident that we found in Tremend an excellent partner and a talent pool able to drive growth through innovation in our market-leading products.”

The highly skilled engineers already joining the team have strong backgrounds in electronics and computer science, combining software and programming skills with the knowledge of hardware and digital circuits. The core skills needed will be in the domains of high-performance networking, VLSI design and verification, technologies used in the backbone of the Internet and cloud infrastructure.

Note for the editors

About Mellanox Technologies

Mellanox Technologies (NASDAQ: MLNX) is a leading supplier of end-to-end Ethernet and InfiniBand intelligent interconnect solutions and services for servers, storage, and hyper-converged infrastructure. Mellanox intelligent interconnect solutions increase data center efficiency by providing the highest throughput and lowest latency, delivering data faster to applications and unlocking system performance. Mellanox offers a choice of high performance solutions: network and multicore processors, network adapters, switches, cables, software and silicon, that accelerate application runtime and maximize business results for a wide range of markets including high performance computing, enterprise data centers, Web 2.0, cloud, storage, network security, telecom and financial services. Founded in 1999, Mellanox Technologies is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California and Yokneam, Israel. More information is available at www.mellanox.com

 About Tremend

With a 13-year experience in providing engineering services, Tremend has implemented more than 300 projects for customers in 15 countries on three continents. The developed solutions have over 60 million users and serve top companies in banking, finance, telecom, automotive, professional services, and medical services. Tremend uses the most innovative technologies of the moment, from AI, IoT to Machine Learning or Microservices. The most important achievement of 2017 was the expansion across the ocean by taking over the US Company 648 Group. The Tremend software consulting and development company was fastest growing in 2016, entering Deloitte Technology Fast 50 in the highest position ever occupied by a Romanian company. Tremend operates in Romania with two offices, in Bucharest and Brasov, and in the US, in Atlanta. More information is available at http://www.tremend.com/

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WITSA Announces Policy Recommendations to Narrow the Gap in Employment for Persons with Disabilities

World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WITSA) released the new WITSA policy statement entitled: “ICT Leadership in Inclusive Employment of Persons with Disabilities: An Economic and Social Imperative”.

The statement can be found on the WITSA web site at the following link:

https://witsa.org/papers/WITSA_Statement_on_Inclusion_PWD_in_ICT_final.pdf

 

Press release, October 2, 2018:

WITSA Announces Policy Recommendations to Narrow the Gap in Employment for Persons with Disabilities

WITSA Announces Policy Recommendations to Narrow the Gap in Employment for Persons with Disabilities Fairfax, VA: The World Information Technology and Services Alliance today published a statement of policy entitled “ICT Leadership in Inclusive Employment of Persons with Disabilities: An Economic and Social Imperative”. The paper was developed in cooperation with SourceAmerica® – a Vienna, Virginia based non-profit organization that is a leading U.S. source of job opportunities for people with significant disabilities. In keeping with WITSA’s mission to be the leader in Fulfilling the Promise of the Digital Age for everyone, this paper and accompanying policy recommendations address the social and economic imperatives of employment of persons with disabilities and lay out a roadmap for the ICT industry to grow as leaders in supporting the employment of persons with disabilities.

Of the 7.8 billion people worldwide, nearly 1 in 6 are persons with disabilities, a group disproportionately underrepresented in the economy. Worldwide, persons with disabilities face barriers to economic and social participation, including employment. Advancements in accessible and assistive technologies are critical and must expand to cover the broad diversity of disability. Economically, it is estimated that countries forego up to 7 percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) due to the exclusion of persons with disabilities. Employing persons with disabilities represents a significant return on investment for industry.

“Companies that actively hire individuals with disabilities position themselves to engage a diverse talent pool and reach a larger market by developing products and services for a growing segment of the population,” stated WITSA Secretary General Dr. Jim Poisant. “The ICT industry has an opportunity to take a leadership role in increasing the employment of people with disabilities in the ICT industry, setting an example that could catalyze other sectors to include persons with disabilities, encouraging large-scale economic and societal benefit across the world.”

“At SourceAmerica, we view this as an important and promising first step toward creating an Inclusion Economy – one where people of all abilities have a choice of careers and are celebrated for their unique and valuable contributions to the workforce”, said Steven Krotonsky, Chief Operating Officer for SourceAmerica. “With these policy recommendations in hand, now is the time to move forward together to bring about real change. This change isn’t just about creating new jobs; it’s about creating meaningful, long-term careers for people with disabilities, and we look forward to continuing our work with WITSA toward this important goal.”

“Having been at the intersection of technology and human rights throughout my career, I have witnessed the transformative power of innovation,” remarked H.E. Ambassador Luis Gallegos Chiriboga. “But accessible products and services are not enough. They must serve as a bridge to inclusion in the workforce. Only then can we confront longstanding economic and social inequalities experienced by persons with disabilities.”

Advancements in technology are insufficient by themselves to bridge socioeconomic marginalization experienced by persons with disabilities worldwide. In fact, technological innovations alone have the potential to widen the digital, economic and social divide between persons with and without disabilities. As discussions take place on how to increase access to ICT worldwide, WITSA therefore supports a strategic focus on actionable outcomes that narrow the gap in employment for persons with disabilities. The policy interventions outlined in the paper are intended to achieve the desired outcomes by supporting greater access to employment opportunities, technology, education, and workforce development.

The statement can be found on the WITSA web site at the following link: https://witsa.org/papers/WITSA_Statement_on_Inclusion_PWD_in_ICT_final.pdf

 

About WITSA:

The World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WITSA) is the leading recognized international voice of the global ICT industry, whose members from over 80 countries and economies represent more than 90 percent of the world ICT market. WITSA is dedicated to advocating policies that advance industry growth and development; facilitating international trade and investment in ICT products and services; strengthening WITSA’s national industry associations; and providing members with a broad network of professional contacts.

WITSA members are leaders in a globally interconnected marketplace. Because the challenges facing the ICT industry are undisputedly global in nature, WITSA members work together to achieve a shared vision on important issues of common interest. WITSA makes it possible for its members — ranging from Mongolia and Argentina to Kenya and the United States — to identify common issues and priorities, exchange valuable information, and present a united position on industry issues. For more information on WITSA, please visit www.witsa.org

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WITSA Challenges Misconceptions and Threats to the Multilateral Trading System

World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WITSA) released the new WITSA policy statement entitled “Globalization: Perception vs. Reality: Why Opposition to International Trade and Open Borders is Misplaced, Counter-Productive and Harmful to our Future Security and Prosperity”.

The statement, which features a number of policy principles which can rekindle faith and trust in international collaboration and trade, can be found on the WITSA web site at the following link:

https://witsa.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/Globalization-Perception-vsReality_final.pdf

Press release, September 30, 2018:

WITSA Challenges Misconceptions and Threats to the Multilateral Trading System

Fairfax, VA: The World Information Technology and Services today published a statement of policy entitled “Globalization: Perception vs. Reality: Why Opposition to International Trade and Open Borders is Misplaced, Counter-Productive and Harmful to our Future Security and Prosperity”. The paper addresses some of the most worrisome misconceptions and threats to the multilateral trading system that has served the ICT industry as well as all other industries, citizens and consumers so well in modern times.

While anti-globalization forces are not new nor necessarily ICT specific, WITSA feels compelled to challenge them as the recent mushrooming of nativist populist leaders, including in certain key markets, are now engaging in dangerous rhetoric and implementing destructive policies that go well beyond discussions over protectionism or even past concerns over labor and environmental standards, and which -if unchecked- can have long-term detrimental implications for our current, rules-based international order as well as for the future and prosperity of our children and future generations.

Globalization has proved to work for most people and has improved countless lives. If this case isn’t made and voiced in strong terms, the case for protectionism and nationalism remain as potent and dangerous as it has been for the past centuries. This paper attempts to debunk some the main misinformation and misconceptions that are all too often presented as “facts” and identifies several recommended actions and policy principles which WITSA believes can rekindle our faith and trust in international collaboration and trade, as an acknowledgement of our mutually shared interests, interdependencies, values and economic wellbeing.

“In this new era of multi-speed globalization, the strategic challenge for governments and industry in the years ahead will be to navigate a world that is simultaneously integrating and fragmenting”, stated WITSA Secretary General Dr. Jim Poisant. “WITSA recognizes that globalization is a force for good, but we all share a burden and a responsibility to better address the concerns and plight of those left behind through a concerted effort towards more sustainable governance of the global economy. The truth is, a trading system is sustainable only if everyone shares in the benefits. Therefore, we must ensure that trade is more inclusive and helps support sustainable development.”

By getting at the root causes of the discontent, perceived or real, WITSA believes progress and recovery is attainable, if not inevitable. Markets, countries and people are simply too well-connected. Protectionism is a dead end, and ultimately tends to impoverish those who practice it. Policy makers share a responsibility to take citizens’ concerns seriously and need to develop solutions that help reduce inequality, restore a greater sense of security, and improve upward economic and social mobility. Policy-makers must protect and maintain global openness while striving for inclusive growth that meets real human needs.

The statement, which features a number of policy principles which can rekindle faith and trust in international collaboration and trade, can be found on the WITSA web site at the following link:

https://witsa.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/Globalization-Perception-vsReality_final.pdf

About WITSA: The World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WITSA) is the leading recognized international voice of the global ICT industry, whose members from over 80 countries and economies represent more than 90 percent of the world ICT market. WITSA is dedicated to advocating policies that advance industry growth and development; facilitating international trade and investment in ICT products and services; strengthening WITSA’s national industry associations; and providing members with a broad network of professional contacts.

WITSA members are leaders in a globally interconnected marketplace. Because the challenges facing the ICT industry are undisputedly global in nature, WITSA members work together to achieve a shared vision on important issues of common interest. WITSA makes it possible for its members — ranging from Mongolia and Argentina to Kenya and the United States — to identify common issues and priorities, exchange valuable information, and present a united position on industry issues. For more information on WITSA, please visit www.witsa.org

 

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14 IT companies from Romania will attend MidSizeEnterprise Summit Fall, San Diego, California – USA

Between 16th and 18th of September 2018, the Romanian Government in partnership with ATIC will organize the participation of 14 IT companies from Romania to  the MidSizeEnterprise Summit Fall, San Diego, California – USA.

The Midsize Enterprise Summit (MES) is the largest gathering of Midmarket CIOs and Senior IT Executives, offering IT decision makers exclusive access to Keynotes, seasoned Gartner analysts, top vendors and an elite group of peers.

At its third participation, the Romanian delegation includes 14 companies:

  • 4ESoft (www.4esoft.ro)
  • Accesa (www.accesa.eu)
  • ASSIST Software (www.assist.ro)
  • DCSI (www.dcsi.eu)
  • Cososys (www.cososys.com)
  • Docprocess (www.doc-process.com)
  • EuroTesting (www.euro-testing.com)
  • Fortech (www.fortech.ro)
  • HOLISUN (www.holisun.com)
  • OneIT (www.one-it.ro)
  • Rai Software (www.raisoftware.ro)
  • Ropardo (www.ropardo.ro)
  • Roweb  (www.roweb.ro)
  • Tremend (www.tremend.ro)

The delegation is led by representatives of the Ministry of the Environment, Commerce and Entrepreneurship and of the Association for Information Technology and Communication from Romania.

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Participation of ATIC members at the exhibition “ConnecTechAsia”, Singapore, June 2018

Between June 26-28, 2018, ATIC organizes Romanian companies’ participation in the national stand at the “ConnecTechAsia” exhibition, Singapore, (www.connectechasia.com).

The participation is partly financed through the export promotion program developed by the Ministry of Business, Trade and Entrepreneurship.

The 8 participating companies (Bitdefender, Cexina Soft, Expert Software Euro, Silicon Service, Tellence Technologies, Uipath, Vitality Media, Wyliodrin) will be able to present their products and services on a highly competitive market.

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