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New York, NY, United States, 2007/02/08 - DataArt, a leading software outsourcing provider, has been selected to 2007 “Global Services 100” list and took two top spots: #4 Emerging Global Service Provider and #4 Emerging European Service Provider.
The ranking, compiled annually by CMP Media’s Global Services Magazine in conjunction with neoIT, sources the world's most innovative providers of business and technology services and identifies leaders in 11 service-delivery areas spanning business process outsourcing, IT outsourcing, engineering and customer care. The winners were announced January 31 at the Global Services Conference in New York.
This important industry recognition comes on the heels of DataArt announcing strong results for 2006. The company continued its growth, increasing revenue and expanding development capacity by 30% with the opening of a new facility in the city of Voronezh, Russia. The most visible revenue increase occurred in the financial technology sector, with DataArt signing BNP Paribas, one of the world’s leading banks, and ValueLine, one of the oldest and most respected financial information and analysis providers.
In 2006, DataArt introduced several new offerings, including SAP and Business Intelligence consulting, and reached a one million billable hours mark. The company has been named in the Rising Star category by Global Sourcing 100 (IAOP), cited by leading research analysts as a company to watch, and named one of the top outsourcing providers by BusinessWeek.
“2007 marks a decade of success and technology innovation for DataArt,” said Eugene Goland, President of DataArt. “This recognition is very important for us, and we plan to continue building on our legacy of client commitment and dedication to excellence.”
DataArt is a leading provider of high-end software outsourcing services for SMEs, specializing in enterprise application development, system integration and business automation tools, with industry-specific software expertise in financial, telecom and media sectors. Headquartered in New York City, DataArt runs state-of-the-art R&D centers in St. Petersburg and Voronezh, Russia, and maintains offices in San Francisco, Jacksonville, FL, Chapel Hill, NC and London, UK.