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Three new members joined Ukrainian Hi-Tech Initiative

04-20-2011 09:54 AM CET | IT, New Media & Software

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April 18, 2011 – Kiev – Ukrainian Hi-Tech Initiative, a leading Ukrainian alliance in Offshore Software Development and IT industry, approved three new members.

Ignite (www.igniteoutsourcing.com) leading global offshore software development company, with a fresh, open approach to software development. Ignite provides an agile global delivery model with Israeli, European and U.S. onsite personnel in the front and offshore development centers (ODC) in Eastern Europe, both EU and non-EU offshore destinations.

Zfort Group (www.zfort.com) provides professional website design and development services since 2000. Main office is located in Kharkov. Zfort Group delivers a wide range of web projects: from simple blogs and small websites to complex intranet systems and big social networking projects. Zfort Group successfully completed hundreds of projects for clients from USA, United Kingdom, France, Germany, UAE, South Africa and many other countries all over the world.

HYS Enterprise (www.hys-enterprise.com) is a software development and consultancy organization headquartered in the Netherlands and Ukraine with a Pan-European reach and proven ability to manage highly distributed teams and projects. HYS Enterprise delivers state of the art tailored solutions, customized applications and specialized consulting for banking; logistics and transportation; telecom and other industries. For the cost-aware customer, HYS Enterprise offers a lean and mean alternative under the UkrainianDevelopers.com brand.

Inna Sergiychuk, CEO of Ukrainian Hi-Tech Initiative noted, “We are really excited to acquire three new members. As the leading association we conduct different activities to represent the players of Ukrainian software development and IT outsourcing services industry on the international level and we believe that our joint effort will help the Ukrainian IT outsourcing industry to gain more recognition in the major European and American markets”

At the moment Ukrainian Hi-Tech Initiative unites 64 Ukrainian software development companies that employ about 7500 highly qualified specialists and is the largest Ukrainian IT Association.

Among the main objectives of the association are the development and promotion of the national software development industry in the foreign markets and support of outsourcing services providers with the establishment of partnership relations and collaboration on IT projects between the Ukrainian and Western companies.

About Ukrainian Hi-Tech Initiative

Ukrainian Hi-Tech Initiative (http://hi-tech.org.ua) – is a leading alliance in offshore software development and IT outsourcing industry in the Ukraine. The main objective of the association is to promote Ukrainian software development companies in foreign markets.

Hi-Tech Initiative provides Ukrainian software developers with the opportunity to enhance their business in the areas of IT outsourcing and offshore programming by using the partner network and marketing channels of the Initiative in the external markets.

Ukrainian Hi-Tech Initiative provides the services in establishing partnerships, collaborating in IT projects implementation, assisting in BPO between the Ukrainian and Western companies.

In 2008 Ukrainian Hi-Tech Initiative became one of the founders of Central and Eastern European Outsourcing Association (CEEOA).

April 18, 2011 – Kiev – Ukrainian Hi-Tech Initiative, a leading Ukrainian alliance in Offshore Software Development and IT industry, approved three new members.

Marina Osadchuk
marinak@hi-tech.org.ua
+38(044)458-17-53
http://hi-tech.org.ua
Ukraine, Kiev, Mashinobudivelniy lane, 28, 03067

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