American Chamber of Commerce (ACC) and uSupport project will cooperate in promotion of Ukraine’s IT-outsourcing and BPO industry. The parties agreed to cooperate on purpose of creation required conditions for sustainable development and growth of the IT industry of Ukraine, improve the investment climate in IT industry of Ukraine, deem it necessary to enter into this Memorandum of Cooperation.
The EBA Information Technology Committee and uSupport project will cooperate in promotion of Ukraine’s IT-outsourcing and BPO industry. This is confirmed by the Letter of assurance, issued by the European Business Association.
The fields of cooperation include information support of IT companies, publication of information about common events on web resources of both parties, other joint PR activities and events.
Established in 1999, the European Business Association provides a forum in which members can discuss and find solutions to common problems affecting business in Ukraine. This initiative was initially supported by the European Commission and has grown to become one of the largest and most influential business communities in the country.
The EBA Information Technology Committee is an industrial Committee which unites companies engaged in producing and providing software products and services. The mission of the Committee is to facilitate the IT sector's development in Ukraine according to European business practices, by advocating a professional and coherent vision for the IT community and by promoting the members` collective interests.
uSupport project is a web catalog created to support the IT branch of Ukraine. The main tasks are: to gather the most exact information about the spectrum of IT outsourcing companies of Ukraine and the services they provide, and to provide the most precise information about the ІТ potential of Ukraine in terms of export oriented services. More than 100 IT-outsourcing and business process outsourcing companies (BPO) have registered in the catalog.
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In addition to a complete set of data, including detailed analysis by industry segments and regions, this 210-page report features fascinating cases of international software R&D collaboration – for example, how a relatively small company from Eastern Ukraine brilliantly solved mobile virtualization tasks assigned by a South Korean research institute, while disruptive UK fintech and healthtech startups have found industry and technology expertise in a company from Lviv (Lvov), in the western part of the country