In November, RUSSOFT, an association of Russian software development companies, published its 11th annual survey on the Russian software development export industry.
This report is the most comprehensive and reliable source of information on industry dynamics, its position in the global market, and the most relevant development trends. In this article, we have highlighted the most important points from the report. To download the full version of the report, follow the link. Continue reading
At the end of October, Auriga’s experts took part in one of the key events in the software development industry in Eastern Europe: the Central & Eastern European Software Engineering Conference in Russia (CEE-SECR 2014). This year, Auriga’s engineers gave five presentations at the conference, one of the highest numbers among the companies that participated in the event this year. All five presentations attracted the interest of the packed audience. Continue reading
On October 22, Auriga took part in the business fair organized by the American Chamber of Commerce in Russia (AmCham). This was the first AmCham event in this format, but it was so successful that AmCham is now considering making it an annual event.
The business fair aimed to develop strategic partnership relationships between Russian and US companies in the areas of IT, logistics, real estate, industry, and other sectors. Continue reading
On November 19–20, you will have a great opportunity to meet with us personally at the International Forum All-over-IP at the Sokolniki Exhibition and Convention Center (Moscow).
This forum is one of the key events in Russia dedicated to solutions in the areas of video surveillance, machine vision, IP networks, videoconferencing, IP security, data storage and data centers, cloud, and virtualization.
All-over-IP will gather under one roof leading manufacturers, vendors, and users of equipment and services in the areas of networks, IT, corporate communications, and security.
The Global Leadership Forecast by Development Dimensions International (DDI) demonstrated that “organizations with the highest quality leaders were 13 times more likely to outperform their competition in key bottom-line metrics such as financial performance, quality of products and services, employee engagement, and customer satisfaction.”
It’s no wonder that companies that want to gain a competitive advantage focus on grooming their own leaders by investing in leadership programs in both good and bad times (probably even more so in today’s rapidly changing and competitive high-tech market environment).
The question we asked ourselves was, Do we have the right leaders in place to take our business where we want to go? Continue reading