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Strategic Changes in the Russian IT Industry. New opportunities for the Baltic Sea area to keep the World IT leadership. “Baltic Cruise” November 21-23, 2004 Valentin Makarov, president of RUSSOFT www.russoft.org. Strategic changes in the Russian IT Industry in 2000-2003.

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Strategic Changes in the Russian IT Industry. New opportunities for the Baltic Sea area to keep the World IT leadership

“Baltic Cruise”

November 21-23, 2004

Valentin Makarov,

president of RUSSOFT

www.russoft.org

strategic changes in the russian it industry in 2000 2003
Strategic changes in the Russian IT Industry in 2000-2003
  • Steady growth of the internal IT market has brought a new value to the Industry
  • Increasing Governmental Support let us look for a future fruitful cooperation with the State
  • Massive implementation of modern QA standards put Russia in the position of QA leadership in Europe
  • Formation of APKIT Association as a voice of the Industry and of “RUSSOFT” as the major PR and marketing tools
qualitative indicators by country gartner group 2001
Qualitative Indicators by Country, Gartner Group, 2001

Low Medium High

Philip-pines

India

Israel

Ireland

Canada

China

Russia

Government Support

Labour Pool

Infrastructure

Educational System

Cost

Process Quality

Cultural Comp. (US)

Legal System

Globalization Skills

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Overall Climate

introduction to the russian it market
Introduction to the Russian IT Market
  • Double-digit growth across all segments for 6 consecutives years (24% in 2003).
  • Hardware ($7,1 bln in 2003, of which 90% is imported) represents 80% of the total IT market, with local companies dominating in the final assembling (75%).
  • Software ($420M in 2003) is dominated by import (70%), with system software growing and applications outweighing other software types. Local consumer market is growing with 100% a year, still it is too small.
  • IT services ($1,080 bln in 2003) is fast growing, second biggest domestic IT industry.
  • IT consulting is fast growing.For 2003 its turnover is expected to reach $115 mln
  • Prime export IT industry ($350M in 2002) – software development outsourcing, with the growth rate of 30-40% a year.Following the study undertaken by RUSSOFT and CNes Agency, the export turnover in 2003 reached $548 mln.

IDC,Ernst&Young

main features of the study
Main features of the Study
  • Questionnaire prepared by leading managers from members of RUSSOFT Association
  • 800 companies from major Russian IT regions have been questioned by “Fort Ross”
  • 250 profiles collected on base of NDA and handed over to CNews experts on anonym basis
  • Experts from CNews (Specialized News Agency, part of RosBusinesConsulting - RBC) have analyzed the received data and prepared the report

AUTHORS: SPONSORS:

dynamics of russian software export 2002 2005 mio
Dynamics of Russian software export2002-2005, $Mio

CNews & Fort Ross, October 2004,

* - forecast

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Major software exporters:- Software companies – 56%- Shareware providers – 18%- Dedicated Development Centers - 16%- R&D Institutions – 9%- Universities – 1%

CNews & Fort Ross, October 2004

leading us it vendors set up software centers in russia
Leading US IT vendors set up software centers in Russia
  • Motorola – St Petersburg (since 1995)
  • Sun Microsystems (St Petersburg, Moscow, Novosibirsk)
  • Intel (Nizhniy Novgorod, Sarov, Moscow, St Petersburg, Novosibirsk)
  • Dell (Moscow)
  • Alcatel (St Petersburg)
  • Hewlett Packard (plans)
major software development centers of russia

32%

33%

1%

3%

19%

4%

8%

Moscow

St. Petersburg

Novosibirsk

Nizhniy Novgorod

Tomsk

Ufa

Other cities

Major software development centers of Russia

CNews & Fort Ross, October 2004

revolutionary changes in the qa
Revolutionary changes in the QA
  • First in Russia CMMI Level 3 certified (member of RUSSOFT)
  • First in Europe CMMI Level 4 certified (member of RUSSOFT)
  • First in Europe CMMI Level 5 certified (member of RUSSOFT)
  • 3 companies CMM(CMMI) Level 4 certified (2 members of RUSSOFT)
  • More than 20 companies ISO 9001/2000 certified within a project supported by the State Foundation for SME support
  • First in Russia Governmental “Award for Quality” awarded to a software company (member of RUSSOFT)
  • September 2003 – Fort Ross Consortium (nowRUSSOFT) got status of the “Russian Chapter of the QAI USA” within the “Quality Days” in St Petersburg
  • Since 2001 - Strategic Cooperation between Fort Ross (now RUSSOFT) and QAI India
interaction with the government
Interaction with the Government
  • Present situation
  • A move towards getting a support from the State and establishing a dialogue between Government and IT Associations
ministry of information technologies and telecommunication
Ministry of Information Technologies and Telecommunication
  • Official coordinator of the implementation of the “eRussia” Program
  • Intensive investment in Telecom infrastructure all over Russia
  • Organization of the US-Russia IT Roundtables (May 2002, February 2003), Russian-Japan IT Summits (June 2002, May 2004)
  • Agreement with the APKIT Association
  • Supported elaboration of the Russian IT Market Development Conception (APKIT),
  • Financed the McKenzie expertise over draft of “Conception of the IT market development in Russia” prepared by APKIT
ministry of economic development and trade
Ministry of Economic Development and Trade
  • Elaboration of the “e-Russia” Program
  • Initiation of the “IT market Deregulation” and “IT Export support” Programs
  • Realization of the “e-Russia” lot#6 project devoted to “State support to the international Marketing activity of IT companies” (tender won by Fort Ross Consortium and RUSSOFT Association in 2003)
  • Agreement with the APKIT Association
ministry of education and science
Ministry of Education and Science
  • Support to the Russian official Ministerial stand at CeBIT (1994-2004)
  • Support to the creation of an Innovative Centers’ network all over Russia
  • Initiation and Support of the QA certification
  • Creation of the Investment “Fund of Funds” for providing venture capital to innovative business
  • Investment in HighTech SMEs through FASIE (Foundation for Assistance to Small Innovative Enterprises or “Bortnik Foundation”)
conception of the russian it market development accepted by the government on november 18 2004
Conception of the Russian IT market development – accepted by the Government on November 18, 2004
  • Deregulation of the IT export market (diminishing of bureaucratic barriers in tax and customs’ regulation, in export control)
  • Support to the international marketing of Russian IT companies and to their QA systems certification
  • Internal market growth initiatives and support measures (“computer for everybody”, stimulation of IT consumption, etc.)
  • Support to creation of IT-parks network (application of “special economic zone” regime, assistance to obtaining land on the regional level, allocation of State investment in infrastructure, cut of taxes in IT-parks)
  • Creation of State owned Investment Fund for IT business development
  • Enhancement of IPR Protection system in IT
geography of it parks projects in russia
Geography of IT-parks projects in Russia
  • St Petersburg:
  • Science Park in the State University in Petrodvorets (South)
  • IT-park of the University of FMO (Center)
  • Fort Ross IT-park (North) - First Private IT-park
  • Moscow area (Troitsk, Dubna)
  • Novosibirsk
  • Tomsk
  • Nizhniy Novgorod
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December 2003 - Inauguration of the IT-Center in St Petersburg – a rare example of successful PPP in Russia
  • Investors:

- Ministry of Industry, Science and Technology

  • State University of IT, Fine Mechanics and Optics
  • Administration of St Petersburg
  • Consortium Fort Ross, separate businesses
maturation of the industry
Maturation of the Industry
  • Creation and development of IT business Associations
  • Establishing of a dialogue between IT Associations and the Government
information computer technologies industry association

INFORMATION & COMPUTER TECHNOLOGIES INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION

Тел. (095) 261-4291, 261-5486;

e-mail: info@apkit.ru;

www.apkit.ru

the association today
The Association Today
  • Association unites more than 200 companies;
  • Association is the most representative non-profit IT organization in Russia. Its members are the largest domestic and international companies in software, hardware and equipment production, the leading domestic distributors, system integrators, Russian IT manufacturers and developers;
  • The total sum of annual revenue of the Association members is more than $ 3 Bln.;
  • Association members hold up to 70% in a number of sectors of IT market;
  • АП КИТ works in collaboration with the Ministries of Communication, Economic Development, Education, State Customs Committee, and participates in the activity of the number of committees and public councils of Gosduma;
  • Established relations with the associations Alians Zashita, NP PPP, RATEK, ROСIT, Russoft, Sirius, SOI, SPI, Silicon Taiga. Joint projects being developed;
  • Russian version of “Computing Curricula-2001 has being translated and published with the Association’s help;
  • The concept - АП КИТ as the umbrella association covering all segments of IT industry – is being implemented;
  • Site of the Association is www.apkit.ru
russoft association
RUSSOFT Association
  • After merger between RUSSOFT and “Fort Ross”, the unified organization includes 70+ leading software developing companies from Russia, Byelorussia and Ukraine, employs more than 6000 engineers
  • Covers about all areas of IT competence
  • Respects international standards and rules of project management and integrated QA based on CMM\CMMI rules
  • Provides informational security, certified professional training, English speaking, easy access to worldwide fiber-optics networks
  • Is based on World leading Universities in the field of mathematics and IT development
  • Part of the National IT Association APKIT (Information and Computer Technology Industry Association) – which has adhered to WITSA in December 2003
san jose november 21 2002

San Jose, November 21, 2002

Organizers:

RUSSOFT and Intel

Co-organizers:

Consortium Fort Ross,

Foundation for IT support (Russia),

Mirantis (USA)

Roundtable was reported to both Presidents of US and Russia as“…overwhelming success”

130 participants, direct Internet conference with the RUSSOFT press-club in Moscow

fourth russian outsourcing and software summit 2004 ross 2004

Fourth Russian Outsourcing and Software Summit 2004 (ROSS 2004)

June 9-12, 2004 in St Petersburg

Organizers: Fort Ross Consortium with support of the Administration of St Petersburg

Plenary Session, Panels, Round Tables, Exhibition area, Match-Making Area

450 representatives from Russia and from all over the world

Key-notes: Gartner Group, NASSCOM, META Group, Intel, IBM, Deutsche Bank, TietoEnator, Nokia, Procter&Gamble

Coupled with the LISA Europe Forum

Details atwww.soft-outsourcing.com

lobbying activities

Lobbying activities

Launching together with the Ministry of Industry, Science and Technology, with Russia ICT Connector (Finland and IFC) and with the UNDP of a large project on the ISO 9001/2000 standards implementation in Russian companies (2002-2003)

Working on the Conception of the State support to the ICT Industry (December 2002)

Participation in the realization of the Project “State support to the international marketing activity of software companies” within the “eRussia” Program

Participation in creation of Conception of the IT export State Support (financed by APKIT Association)

Joint investment project into IT Innovative Center in St Petersburg (together with LITMO University, FASIE and Administration of St Petersburg)

qualitative indicators by country gartner group 200129
Qualitative Indicators by Country, Gartner Group, 2001

Low Medium High

Philip-pines

India

Israel

Ireland

Canada

China

Russia

Government Support

Labour Pool

Infrastructure

Educational System

Cost

Process Quality

Cultural Comp. (US)

Legal System

Globalization Skills

Overall Climate

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annual acm international collegiate programming contests
Annual ACM International Collegiate Programming Contests
  • 2000World Champions : St. Petersburg State UniversitySilver Medal: St. Petersburg Institute of Fine Mechanics and Optics Among winners: Moscow State University, Novosibirsk State University
  • 2001World Champions: St. Petersburg State University

Gold Medal: St. Petersburg Institute of Fine Mechanics and Optics

Among winners: Moscow State University, Ural State University, Southern Ural State University

  • 2002

World Champions: Shanghai JiaoTong University, China

Silver medals: Saratov State University (European Champions),

Among 10 winners: Moscow State University, St. Petersburg Institute of Fine Mechanics and Optics

  • 2003

World Champions: Warsaw State University

Gold medals: Moscow State University, St Petersburg State University of Fine Mechanics and Optics

Silver medals: Saratov State University

  • 2004

World Champions: St Petersburg State University of Fine Mechanics and Optics

Gold medals: Belorussian State University, Penza State University

Silver medals: Izhevsk State University

strategic advantages of the russian software development industry main features of the ecosystem
Strategic advantages of the Russian Software Development Industry – main features of the Ecosystem …
  • Strong in-depth educational system
  • Profound scientific knowledge
  • “Genetic memory” of handling complicated R&D projects during the Cold War
  • Inherent creativity and ability of engineering innovations
  • Adherence to the Agile Programming approaches and to modern QA standards
  • Open-mindedness and fairness
  • Ability to work in a team –“Team-sourcing”
northern europe european it future is in the baltic sea area
“Northern Europe”:European IT Future is in the Baltic Sea area?
  • Penetration of mobile phones and Internet in Finland, Norway and Sweden – is among highest in the World
  • Design and Production of Telecom systems competes with World leaders
  • Important pool of near-shore highly qualified human resources from the former SU
  • Tasks: Development of regional cooperation, overcoming of multi-languistic fragmentation and of political prejudices of the past
  • Potential: front-edge technologies, advantages of pioneers, fast developing IT markets to the East, integration of R&D and of human potential of the former SU – will help Baltic Sea area to keep the Global IT leadership