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Artezio is an ISO 9001:2015 certified software development and consulting company. Over the last thirteen years, Artezio has completed more than 1000 projects for its international clients. Since 2005, Artezio is a member and a major offshore division of LANIT group which is a $2B IT Services vendor with 8400 employees. From its development centers in Russia, Belarus and Latvia Artezio delivers cost effective, high quality IT services to clients in North America, Europe, Middle East and Japan thus being one of the leading Russian offshore/nearshore software developers.

Artezio along with Microsoft, Cisco, and Uber Took Part in Digital Summit

Taking part in major industry-specific events allows Artezio to share expertise with leading developers, clearly define the current industrial trends, and interact with customers. Today Artezio portfolio includes multiple projects that are developed based on the innovative technologies and advanced…

Artezio Favors the Development of a Global E-Commerce Platform

In particular, she notes that development of e-commerce in Eastern European countries and the EU is taking place in isolation from creation of global systems that would be able to provide qualitative logistics and delivery of online purchases."The need to…

Artezio Cost Track App now provides integration with banks around the world

Artezio has released an updated version of Cost Track mobile application. Now it allows transferring data from the banks around the world. Users can import data from any bank without any limits as to the number of accounts or payment…

Vladimir Krylov, Artezio Expert, “AI will Soon be Able to Replace Doctors”

"In many cases a diagnosis made by Watson, IBM's supercomputer used for diagnosis of oncological diseases, was first treated with much skepticism but during additional examination it was generally confirmed. Today AI is mostly implemented in screening research, and it…

Pavel Ermachenko, Artezio,”The Internet of Things: New Opportunities Expose New Vulnerabilities”

Smart cities are expected to appear in Russia, Belarus, and Ukraine. The projects on building such cities are already undergoing the government expert review, and they include not only automation of the traffic, power, and video management systems but also…


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