Oct 1, 2008

YEREVAN, October 1. /ARKA/. Armenia's DigiTec annual IT expo has fair
chances to become an international event, said Bagrat Yengibaryan,
director of the Enterprise Incubator Foundation (EIF).

"The exhibition helps understand latest trends of IT and high-tech
industries, guiding foreign companies in Armenia's market", the EIF
Director said.

He underlined the interest of Russian and Iranian companies in the
expo, saying DigiTec can become a regional project.

The two-day IT expo will kick off in Yerevan on October 3.

Numerous workshops, including DigiTec-Start Up forum and DigiLive
seminar, will take place as part of the expo.

The organizers say 50 IT companies will showcase their products. Some
12,000 people are expected to visit the expo this year against 8,000
in 2007.

Among the participants are leading IT companies, including,
Smart Systems, U Com, IU Networks, ADS, MCS Caucasus, National
Instruments, HI End Center, Scancode, Altacode, Norq, CHS Verisel
Service, Unicomp, Virage Logic, Softline, Apaga Technologies, Microsoft
RA, T Helper, Synergy, Apple Centre, Paradigma Armenia, Instigate,
Firm Alpha, Sourcio, Spyur, Enterprise Incubator Foundation (EIF)
and others.

The organizers of the exhibition are UITE and EIF.

The event is sponsored by Microsoft Armenia and Virage Logic.

The expo will be covered by ARKA20News Agency, Panorama Information
Portal, Shant TV, Yerkir Meida, Kentorn TV, as well as a number of
local newspapers.

From: Emil Lazarian | Ararat NewsPress