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Hungarian Outsourcing Association (HOA) together with Baltic Outsourcing Association (BOA) will partner the Ukrainian Outsourcing Forum 2007 – the annual IT business forum aimed at coverage and development of Ukrainian software and outsourcing services market.

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DTZ’s new research report: BPO (Business Process Outsourcing) in the CEE region, focuses on emerging markets across Central and Eastern Europe.

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The International Software & Productivity Engineering Institute (INTSPEI) is proud to announce its sponsorship of the Central and Eastern European (CEE) Outsourcing Summit 2007 being held September 12-14 in Kiev, Ukraine. Vladimir L Pavlov, INTSPEI Chairman and Chief Strategy Officer, will make the keynote presentation entitled “Best Practices for Launching and Managing Outsourcing Subsidiaries”.

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Scientific technology association “Infopark”, uniting software development companies of Belarus Republic, is going to partner the Ukrainian Outsourcing Forum ‘2007 (UOF`2007).

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Cross Border Projects (CBP) – a leading provider of Ukrainian IT outsourcing services for the German-speaking countries – has become a sponsor of the Ukrainian Outsourcing Forum ‘2007. Such was the statement of Christian Berner, the founder and director of Cross Border Projects.

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EDB Business Partner has entered into an agreement to purchase 60.1% of the Ukrainian IT company Miratech. Miratech is one of the leading companies in the Ukraine for IT services and the majority of its customer base is in the American and European markets. Following the acquisition of Miratech, EDB will have around 570 employees in the Ukraine.

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If analytics isn’t absolutely core to your business, then you’ll probably be better off outsourcing – at least until the hiring/training/method situation has improved dramatically. It’s hard enough for companies to do non-core jobs well without all the difficulties currently afflicting Web analytics.

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The Endava development centre in Chisinau reached 200 people at the beginnig of July. This is the result of the Endava strategy to expand its operations in Eastern Europe and the excellent work of our team in Moldova on projects for UK customers as well as local customers.

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The American economy is never at rest. New technologies and trade links have expanded America’s economy for centuries, making historically impressive economic growth seem routine.

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Moldova ranks the 92nd in the IT world rating. The World Economic Forum carries out traditionally the information technology development rating in various countries.

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