We are honored to invite you on behalf of ANIS – the association of software companies in Romania and the Austrian Chamber of Commerce to take part at the “Forum IT: Romania-Austria” event organized on June 4th 2014, with the support of the Economic Bureau of the Romanian Embassy in Vienna.
The Forum is part of a 2-day economic mission organized by ANIS in Wien with the participation of the following Romanian companies:
- Accesa – www.accesa.eu
- Fortech – www.fortech.ro
- IT Six Global Services – www.itsix.com
- Lasting Software – www.lastingsoftware.com
- Renovatio IT Solutions – www.renovatio-solutions.ro
- Ropardo – www.ropardo.ro
- Total Soft – www.totalsoft.ro
For detailed profiles and interest for cooperation of Romanian companies, please check the profiles enclosed.
9:30 – Registration and Welcome Coffee
10:30 – Welcome and introductions
- Mag. Christian GESSL, Austrian Chamber of Commerce
- Ms. Adi-Cristina MITEA, Economic Bureau of the Romanian Embassy in Vienna
10:45 – “Overview of the Romanian Software and IT Services Industry” – Ms. Valerica DRAGOMIR, Executive Director of ANIS
11:15 – Romanian Companies presentations: Accesa, Fortech, IT Six Global Services, Lasting Software, Renovatio IT Solutions, Ropardo, Total Soft
13:00 – “Opportunities for the Austrian Software and IT Services Industry” – Presentation IT-Cluster Wien
13:30 – Lunch
14:30 – Individual Meetings between Austrian and Romanian companies
Participation at the event is free of charge. However, for reasons of logitics, your registration is necessary.
Please use the electronic form to register your participation at the event: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1BgOCGlTmyZGJyTsJLfbDtDa9DkHlWxW-EwKj-Mxf5DY/viewform
For further inquieries, please contact Ms. Valerica Dragomir, Executive Director of ANIS, firstname.lastname@example.org, +40-740-140505.
ANIS represents the interests of Romanian IT companies and supports the development of the software and services industry, as well as the growth of companies involved both in outsourcing projects and in developing proprietary applications. The association includes approximately 100 members and aims to contribute to promoting Romania as a regional leader for software development.