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On September 27-29 Top managers of Artezio attended the 2011 Broadband World Forum that took place in Paris, France.
Broadband World Forum 2011 is the world’s largest Broadband event attracting 10,000+ decision-makers from across the globe. Now celebrating its 11th anniversary year, the event is the only place to meet the whole broadband industry in one place at one time. The 3 day comprehensive conference programme brings together over 300 visionary speakers to address the commercial and technical opportunities, developments and issues currently surrounding Broadband.
“Artezio considered this event to be a great opportunity to share its ideas and achievements in the field of software development for telecommunications with other industry top representatives. Our top managers made a number of important connections and discussed partnership opportunities with a lot of telecom companies. Among our strategic plans is the further development of Artezio telecom expertise that involves implementing new technologies and launching extra IT services for telecom companies”, comments Pavel Adylin, Artezio CEO.
Artezio management has always paid a lot of attention to its Telecom expertise. Since the company’s establishment in 2000 Artezio specialists have accomplished hundreds of projects including telecommunications software development, testing, maintenance and support. Among Artezio clients are Swisscom, Vimpelcom and MTS (two main Russian mobile service providers), Softelcom and other industry leaders.
Artezio Telecom expertise involves custom telecom software development and support, network management, call-center software solutions, CRM systems, billing solutions, data warehousing, SAP-Telecom solutions, mobile application development and other telecom related IT services. Besides, Artezio has recently launched a special department dedicated to the embedded software development mostly in support of the telecommunications industry.