November 26, 2012 - 12:03 AMT
PanARMENIAN.Net - The USAID funded Enterprise Development and Market Competitiveness (EDMC) Project, the Union of Information Technology Enterprises (UITE), the State Committee of Real Estate Cadastre, and X-Tech announced the accomplishments of the Armenian delegation at the recent Georgian IT Innovation (GITI) conference in Tbilisi, Georgia.
Armenian high-tech companies won five awards and the State Committee of Real Estate Cadastre won two awards out of fourteen award nominations for business and government sectors, as follows: X-Tech’s project CityBugs - the Best Integrator of the Year and the Best Multimedia Project; E-Agro - Complex Business Solution award; Innovative Greenhouse - the Best Business to Business Solution award; Instigate, with their training center project in Goris - the Best IT Education award; State Cadastre - the Successful IT Innovation which Resulted in Streamlining of the Business Project and the Best Information Resource awards.
Within the framework of the conference, the Armenian delegation made eleven presentations and featured local high-tech products at the Armenian corner of the GITI exhibit on November 15-17.
Agreements were reached to involve Georgian counterparts in the upcoming “Meeting without Ties” conference organized by UITE in Yerevan this year. In addition, Instigate introduced their new branch office in Tbilisi.
The participation of the Armenian delegation in the event was coordinated by UITE and made possible through USAID support in an effort to enhance the export ability of Armenian IT companies and hone their practical skills in business communication, marketing and sales.
Since its launch in 2008, the GITI conference aims to promote networking and partnership between IT companies, associations, and government representatives from Central and Eastern Europe, Baltic states, the Caucasus and Central Asia to foster competitiveness and innovation.
The conference is organized by the Georgian ICT Business Council and the LEPL Data Exchange Agency of the Georgian Ministry of Justice.