A boom in development of virtualization technology observed in Azerbaijan
Azerbaijan, Baku, 11 April / Trend, H. Valiyev /
A boom in the development of virtualization technology is being observed in Azerbaijan, manager for key clients of the Russian Naumen company Andrey Milovanov told Trend.
According Milovanov, virtualization technology today is new not only for the Azerbaijani IT-market, but also, in general, for the markets of other CIS countries. The process of development of virtualization technologies is becoming increasingly popular.
"The development of this segment of the IT-market is held in an echelon form and with some delay due to certain reasons. Today, virtualization technology is acquiring more popularity in Azerbaijan. I believe the development of infrastructure management technology will mark the next step. This sphere is an innovation both for Azerbaijan and other CIS countries," Milovanov said.
The Azerbaijani market, according to experts, will inevitably go through stages of development, although with some delay. For example, if one compares it with the Russian market, where the boom of virtualization technologies has decreased, Azerbaijan is observing the peak of its development.
"The Azerbaijani market of information technologies has great potential and growth prospects. Amongst the CIS countries, Azerbaijan is a priority country for us, as one can see by the frequent visits of our specialists. We are working at the level of large institutions, one of which is the International Bank of Azerbaijan. There are also other companies we are negotiating with," Milovanov said.
The company's future plans for the Azerbaijani market include expanding the partner network, in connection with which the negotiations are held with local IT-companies. There is also the possibility of opening Naumen's offices in Azerbaijan. This question, according Milovanov, will find its relevance in 2014. In this regard, the company has engaged the necessary resources for the study and analysis of the IT-market of Azerbaijan.