Russian Digital Week 2019 | 11-15/11 Roma

14 November 2019

The Russian Digital Week 2019 was held in Rome at the Russian Center for Science and Culture, from 11 to 15 November, and Lanit-Tercom Italia could not miss. The Russian Digital Week is the annual event organized by the Federal Agency Rossotrudnichestvo, which presents the innovations achieved by Russian companies in the digital world: the event in Rome is particularly important, because the main goal was to offer a common place where IT Russian companies and Russian-Italian cooperation examples could meet. This allows the first ones to show the Russian business model in the IT field and excellent examples of collaboration with Italy, and the second ones to learn about Russian acquisitions and realities of digital innovation

Lanit-Tercom Italia, Italian company born in Apulia from the collaboration between Italy and the great company Lanit-Tercom in Russia, has participated not only as an exemplary Italian-Russian company that mixes innovation and IT skills of both countries on Italian territory, but also as a representative of Russoft, the institution that brings together the best Russian companies in the IT sector. Lanit-Tercom Italia is therefore, for all intents and purposes, an example and the answer to the question “How is it possible a collaboration between Russia and Italy in the IT world?”

As speaker there was the General Director, Katherina Ufnarovskaya, with the speech “Systems, methods, tools, working practices and managing innovations”: she described the virtuous model of Lanit-Tercom Italia based on skills, experiences exchange and development of new technologies, in order to “collaborate to create and sell to the largest third-party markets“.


Web Summit 2019 | Lisbona

The Web Summit 2019 was held in Lisbon from 4 to 7 November, “The best technology conference on the planet” according to Forbes, and among the hundreds of participants, Lanit-Tercom Italia was also present.

Web Summit annually brings together into “a grand conclave of the tech industry’s high priests”, to quote the New York Times: over 1200 have been the speakers of the best and most incisive companies in the tech scene so far, including Amazon, Uber, Samsung, Facebook, WWE, etc.

The most important conference in the world, therefore, for IT companies, startups, and even political authorities, was an opportunity to absorb concepts and breakthroughs to answer the question “Where to next?” which Lanit-Tercom Italia also aims to answer.

Lanit-Tercom working to help Russian companies step into Europe

13 November 2018

Lanit-Tercom Italia Srl, Lanit-Tercom’s Italian office, was the key driver behind a business mission to Bari, in Apulia, Italy, populated by Russian software developers and IT startups. The event was organized by RUSSOFT and supported by the Apulia regional government, the Trade Representation of the Russian Federation in the Republic of Italy, Confindustria Bari-BAT, and Distretto Produttivo dell’Informatica.

The Russian delegation was made up of top management from leading IT companies and promising startups based in four Russian cities (Moscow, St. Petersburg, Kazan, and Taganrog), not to mention two major structures occupying the IT space: RUSSOFT and the Skolkovo Foundation. Lanit-Tercom and twelve other Russian companies spent two days working closely with representatives of local government, industry associations, and businesses, all from Apulia. Among the key objectives set for the business mission were networking between the Russians and Italians there as well as exploring opportunities for joint research, software development, and IT projects in both countries.
The business mission lasted two days, the first of which saw the participants gather at Fiera del Levante, a local conference center. One session discussed strategies for entering the Italian and Russian markets, the nuances of doing business in Apulia, and possible areas with room for international IT projects.

Apulia government representatives in attendance expressed their hope that the bond between Russia and Italy in the IT business will continue to strengthen and expand. That goal is in both the countries’ interests, affecting education and joint research in addition to commerce. The Italian side also shed light on why the region is an attractive one for investment using Lanit-Tercom as an example. Back in 2015, the company opened an office there at Puglia Sviluppo, an incubator. Katherina Ufnarovskaia, CEO of Lanit-Tercom Italia Srl, explained that choice by pointing to how much easier it is for young companies to get their feet under them in Italy when they can rely on all the opportunities an incubator offers. “We went with Apulia because our key need was a strong and reputable engineering school that would play an expert role for the company, in particular for computer vision and software development. The Polytechnic University of Bari and the University of Bari have been excellent.” For Lanit-Tercom, Apulia has proven an excellent base from which to support European and American clients thanks to its location and the human capital provided by the local universities.
Having begun work at Puglia Sviluppo, the company grew from three to fifteen people, eventually finding its own office in Bari. Lanit-Tercom’s successful venture into Italy is a clear example for other Russian IT companies that demonstrates the international potential Apulia offers.
After the session, the Russian delegation got to work on several hours of matchmaking, during which participating companies presented their work and answered questions from everyone in attendance. The second day was spent visiting the largest local IT companies.
The meeting turned out to be critical for both the Italian and Russian sides. The hosts saw for themselves the caliber of the partners they could bring in to work on IT projects; the participants as a whole were able to match needs and find areas that promise to prove fruitful for everyone involved.
“I hope Lanit-Tercom’s success story is only the first of many. We’re already planning a visit by a delegation from Apulia to RUSSOFT’s event at the St. Petersburg International Innovation Forum, where they’ll be able learn more about their Russian partners,” said Valentin Makarov, president of RUSSOFT.

Member of Confindustria Bari and BAT since October 2016

14 July 2017

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Nel 2017 Lanit-Tercom Italia ha partecipato ai seguenti eventi:

16 May: “Designing the Future – Acceleration, digital transformation, competitiveness” – GTS S.p.a

16 May 2017

The agreement between Confindustria Piccola Industria and the bank Intesa Sanpaolo ” Designing the future” is dedicated to the competitiveness and the transformation of the companies to take advantage of the opportunity offered by the fourth industrial revolution. The partnership makes funds of 90 billions of euro available of which 10 billions are dedicated to companies in Puglia and Basilicata.

9 February – Startup week 2017 – Fiera del Levante

1 February 2017

“Startup Europe Week”, an initiative of Startup Europe in collaboration with the European Commission and the Committee of the Regions. In the week 6-10 February, the event has involved 28 states and over 350 European regions in the debate on the importance of the territorial policies, essential for the creation of businesses.

Lanit-Tercom opened an office in Italy

26 August 2016

Lanit-Tercom, one of the most important Russian operators in the production of scientific high-level software and hardware solutions in the realization of high technology, is pleased to inform that the Italian office opened with the aim of expanding further their business activities in Western Europe. The company that operates on the international market since 1991, has long term business relationships with customers located in different European countries such as Denmark, Sweden, Germany as well as in the United States.

“The opening of Lanit-Tercom Italy is a very important step for us. We are extremely confident that the activities developed jointly by Italo – Russian teams will be successful in several interesting research and development projects that we intend to launch in the near future. And I hope that our project is purposeful for a strengthening of a cooperation between Italy and Russia, both in science and in the economic sphere ”

Vladimir Ufnarovskij, CEO of Lanit-Tercom Italy and C.O.O. of Lanit-Tercom.