Russian IT Season 2004 in California (US-Russia IT Forum)
Venue: Sheraton Palo Alto Hotel
|Event Date/Time: Jan 28, 2004||End Date/Time: Jan 28, 2004|
|Registration Date: Jan 24, 2004|
|Early Registration Date: Jan 24, 2004|
The Symposium itself is being organized by the Stanford University with participation of the Russian Ministry of Industry, Science and Technology and Ministry of Economic Development and trade.
The IT Forum is to be held just on the eve of the Symposium in order to bring a commercial vector into such an important political event in the sphere of High-Tech as the Stanford Symposium. The recommendations generated by the commercial participants of the IT Forum will surely have a very positive impact on decisions of the overall Symposium as they will cover the commercialization aspects of the whole process of implementation of High-Tech in the IT.
This IT Forum is the forth consecutive meeting of leading Russian software developers with American partners, organized by Fort Ross Consortium and other Russian IT Associations in the US in 2002-2003. This time the Forum will focus on three particular areas:
- Security issues,
- Investment opportunities in Russian IT industry
- Creation of Dedicated Development Centers.
The IT Forum in Palo Alto is being organized by "Fort Ross" Consortium (Russia) and Fowler International (USA) and it will be sponsored by Russian/American Technology Forum (RATF).
The main goals of the IT meeting are as follows:
Marketing technology skills of Russian software developing companies to U.S. businesses with an accent on real examples of successful projects in the sphere of security,
Promoting existing business opportunities of Russian IT market for creating Dedicated Development Centers for American High-Tech companies.
Arranging direct contacts between Russian and American High-Tech companies in order to settle joint projects in software development and make the follow-up.
Studying in deep investment opportunities for American businesses in Russian IT
Based on results of the IT Forum - building ideas for joint actions in the near future.