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ANNUAL REPORT 2006
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Outsourcing-Russia.Com » Analytics » Annual Report 2006

Third Annual Survey on Russian Export Software Market

Table of Contents

Message From the President of the RUSSOFT Association Introduction Methodology Structure of respondent exporters Software Export Dynamics (a part) Location of head and local offices Foreign markets

BEITEN BURKHARDT

Svetlana Kislitsyna: Legal aspects of development of software are connected with certain rules established by Russian Federation legislation, international treaties and agreements. Such rules create the basis for establishment and regulation of relations among developers, customers, users of software and other parties performing their activities in this sphere and also determine the rights and obligations thereof in their relations with the state tax and customs authorities, export control authorities and foreign currency control agents... Read interview

Foreign attitudes to Russia and Russian developers Company Recognition Students' achievements Collaboration with global leaders Reputation in professional circles Basic sectoral development trends, major concerns and challenges

Inteks

Vyacheslav Mukhortov: "The high concentration of scientific, technical, and educational potential at Novosibirsk's Akademgorodok can only help the development of the IT sector." Despite its geographical remoteness from Western clients, Novosibirsk has become a major Russian center of software development for export. The general director of Novosibirsk firm Inteks, Vyacheslav Mukhorov, told Computerworld correspondente Dmitry Zhelvitsky about how firms far from Moscow are able to grow and develop... Read more...

Main areas of activity for exporter companies Satisfaction ratings with current legal environment and State support Labor resources and reserves HR situation

LANIT-TERCOM

Andrey Terekhov: "There will likely be a continued personnel shortage in the next few years, but we definitely won't be suffocated by a lack of professionals." Russian software companies are feeling the effects of a shortage of qualified personnel more keenly with every passing year. Whether the labor market situation will continue to worse or whether we will see a breakthrough in the near future is the main theme of this interview with Andrei Terekhov, general director of Lanit-Terkom and head of the system programming department at St. Petersburg State University's math and mechanics faculty... Read more...

Salaries State support for international marketing activity Quality management certification system Operating systems, database servers, and programming languages

SmartSoftware

Olga Dmitrieva: "We can only make a breakthrough using Linux, which makes it possible to solve problems much better and more cheaply." The box/license model does not in itself guarantee success, but in certain situations it can make breakthroughs possible - small companies can become flourishing firms with turnover of tens or even hundreds of millions of dollars in a short space of time. SmartSoftware general director Olga Dmitrieva tells Computerworld's Dmitry Zhelvitsky she hopes her company can make such a breakthrough... Read more...

Main conclusions Appendix #1: Diagrams & Tables Appendix #2: Respondents
Auriga
Reksoft
Softage Inc.
KMPG
Spirit
Lanit-Tercom
Artezio
Ancor High Technologies