5 February 2008
DataArt Selected to Global Services 100 List for the Second Year in a Row
New York, February 5, 2008 - DataArt, a high-end software outsourcing company, was selected to Global Services 100 List for the second year in a row, and was once again recognized as a leader in Emerging European markets.
The Global Services 100, now in its fourth year, ranks vendors on effective operations, service offerings, client relationships and human capital, and takes into consideration the company’s size (revenue, employee strength, geographies covered), customers (customer base, testimonials and references, average contract size), skills (depth and breadth of offerings, delivery capability, quality initiatives, verticals covered) and other parameters (attrition, training). DataArt is named among top ten European service providers.
“We’ve been consistently ranked as one of the top IT providers,” said Michael Zaitsev, CEO of DataArt. “I’m proud of our team for delivering consistently high results, and grateful that we’re recognized by the industry for our efforts.” In 2007, DataArt was named among the top ten Emerging Global and Emerging European Service Providers.
“The Global Services 100 list has grown to be a highly credible listing of global IT services, as it helps service buyers leapfrog the request-for-information stage,” said Ed Nair, Editor of Global Services.
DataArt (www.dataart.com) is a high-end software outsourcing company with industry-specific expertise in financial technology, telecom and media sectors. The company specializes in enterprise application development, system integration and business automation tools. In 2006-2008, DataArt has been named one of the world's top emerging outsourcing providers by BusinessWeek, CMP's Global Services 100 and by International Association of Outsourcing Professionals. Headquartered in New York City, DataArt runs R&D centers in St. Petersburg and Voronezh (Russia), Kherson and Kharkiv (The Ukraine) and maintains offices in London, UK.