October 23, 2008
At the moment, one of Itransition’s main priorities is to enter the Baltic software market. The Company has already established a representative office in Estonia and continues to increase the number of business partners in this region. Thanks to the close cooperation with the governmental organizations, Itransition was selected to visit Latvia as a member of the Business Delegation of the Republic of Belarus. The visit was organized by the Belarusian and Latvian Chambers of Commerce and the Belarusian Embassy in Latvia.
During the visit Itransition representatives discovered new opportunities for cooperation and established long-lasting economic relations with the representatives of the business circles of Latvia. The services offered by Itransition were of a great interest to Latvian companies, e.g. software development, analysis, testing and support of different solutions: web-applications, corporate information portals, Intranet/Extranet-solutions, VoIP-solutions, ERP-, CRM-, EIM-, pay and billing systems etc.
In particular, the leading Latvian mobile operator was interested in CRM integration system based on SalesForce platform. Software development companies took interest in Java, .Net, WebSphere, Sharepoint, Sap, Oracle, Dynamics etc., and the Latvian representatives of Banking and Finance – in implementation, testing and support of Business Process Management and custom Enterprise Information Systems, as well as payment and billing software development.
Itransition is really looking forward to working with Latvian companies and is certain that new perspectives and opportunities for development as well as established relations with the business partners from Latvia will bring value to all stakeholders and the cooperation will be fruitful.
“Visits organized on such a high level are an excellent opportunity to find new partners in the strategically important region, and personal meetings build the foundation for long-term trusting relationships”, – noted Alexei Kulevets, Marketing Manager at Itransition company.