In our country, the model of Armenian teams creating their own product and selling it to foreign companies works perfectly.
October 24, 2015
Armenia is one of the most rapidly developing countries in the innovative technologies’ filed. The country continues exploring new areas to offer the world its own products and solutions. Not only IT professionals are currently in great demand all over the world, but also creative teams and individuals, who are able to offer interesting solutions to various problems. The Armenian market has a great potential from this viewpoint: the model of Armenian teams creating their own product and selling it to foreign companies works perfectly.
The most important thing for startups is to present their idea in the clearest possible way.
October 20, 2015
Tough competition and huge range of high tech products will inevitably narrow the range of possible original ideas, prompting developers to continuously explore various segments to find their niche markets. A small Armenian startup studied the market segment that offers online video creation services to discover that in the era of high-quality video and widescreen monitors no platform offers relevant services or a variety of those.
A good idea and goal-oriented work are a pledge of success for any start-up.
October 7, 2015
Technology teams make up the lion's share in Armenia’s start-up market. The sector is developing at a tremendous pace worldwide, with innovative approach as a must in developing competitive products. Teamable, a group of 12 young professionals has become one of the most successful Armenian start-ups that also collaborates with global giants.
With Synopsys Armenia as the largest tenant, the technopark also works with Cubic GTS, SCDM, Apricot Mobile, LIGHT Craft, among others.
October 30, 2013
The 1st Armenian technopark, Viasphere, based on Transistor factory was launched by Viasphere International U.S. company in Yerevan on July 26, 2001. Back then, Viasphere International CEO Toni Moroyan stated that the technology park will provide necessary infrastructure to facilitate the launch of a business for local startups, including provision of offices, computer networks, company management and product promotion at worldwide markets.
Arpine Grigoryan։ each job seeker should understand why to apply for this “x” job in this “x” company but not for “y” job in “y” company.
April 26, 2011
The number of Armenian websites which post job announcements is growing each year. But are they flexible and useful for both employer and employee? PanARMENIAN.Net reporter tried to find the answer to this question.
Review of February 22-28 information technology and telecommunication events.
March 1, 2011
Supporters of the Armenian National Congress opposition bloc are using social networks to spread information about the future plans. Particularly, opposition activists have already launched Armenian Revolution of reform: March 1, 2011 page on Facebook to inform of the actions planned for March 1. They also created #1mar hashtag in microblog Twitter, where they inform of the mass rally dated to the 3rd anniversary of the March 1, 2008 events, when 10 people were killed and thousands injured. Armenian opposition follows the example of Tunisia and Egypt as well as other Arab states, where organizers of disorders employed social media to implement their plans.
At least 3 websites passing off as Armenian sources have been revealed over the past years.
February 24, 2011
Armenianreport website, allegedly analytical and disclosing, appeared on the net in fall 2010. The website contained “unmasking materials” on behalf of certain reporters with Armenian names.
Most people choose smartphones based on functionality: for big memory, high-quality photoshooting and WiFi access but they are not particularly interested in software capabilities.
February 24, 2011
Smartphones flowed into the Armenian market 2 years ago and immediately became popular among the population. Only in 2010, Orange Armenia and VivaCell-MTS sold about 550 and 1000 smartphones respectively.
Review of January 31 – February 6 telecommunication and information technology events.
February 6, 2011
Armenian IT field registered 15% growth in 2010. The turnover in the field totaled $150mln against $129.9mln last year. The field employs 5 thousand specialists, with 197 companies operating. At that, government financing of the IT field totaled AMD 80mln (as in 2010), what is 60% less than in 2009, when AMD 200mln was assigned.
Review of January 24-30 information technology and telecommunication events.
January 30, 2011
Armenian government will announce a tender for construction and distribution of broadband Internet network with capacity of 100Mbyte/s within a couple of months. A company will be chosen and we will try to solve all matters related to provision of services in this direction.