DataArt eager to establish a center in Armenia

DataArt eager to establish a center in Armenia

PanARMENIAN.Net - Minister of Transport, Communication and IT Hakob Arshakyan on Tuesday, January 22 met DataArt Board members Julia Zavileyskaya and Mikhail Zavileysky who expressed a wish to establish one of their centers in Armenia.

DataArt is an international network of companies that design, develop, modernize and support IT solutions. More than 2,600 specialists work in 20 DataArt locations in the U.S., Europe, and Latin America.

Zavileyskaya and Zavileysky unveiled the company’s activity to Arshakyan, revealing that they are also eager to support the development of IT startup ecosystems in the country, integrate into the Armenian high-tech industry and share their knowledge and experience.

Arshakyan said, in turn, that there is no shortage of innovation in Armenia.

According to him, in the event of creating the appropriate environment and conditions, rapid growth will be inevitable.

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