Smart Alliance, the biggest cluster on the Romanian IT&C market, was officially launched yesterday alongside its most important partners (including ‘Nine O’Clock’ daily) at an event that featured live demos. The newest technologies of the most important players in the domain were presented, while Smart Alliance members and partners presented their new-in-market products. After the online pre-launch that took place on September 23 under the slogan “What is next,” the moment the Smart Alliance Cluster made its debut as “the Romanian IT market’s alternative,” on Tuesday the Cluster presented its entire multidimensional consultancy, design, implementation, maintenance and customer support platform for “in cloud” or “on premises” users.
Smart Alliance “Innovation Technology Cluster” represents a plurality of multiple experiences through the association of several small and medium IT&C companies consolidated on several work layers, covering complex solutions that range from business process optimization and management to IT infrastructure services, integrated and complete hardware, software and digital marketing services, industrial automation and IT training and consultancy.
The Smart Alliance’s mission is to create value directly for all parties interested, and this is reflected in its medium and long-term strategy which includes from its design stage a set of goals whose fulfilment will benefit the business environment and the professional domain as well as the future professionals of the domain, of the world of academia and partner educational institutions.
Being the initiative of twenty companies – specializing in various niche domains on the IT&C market – many of which have over ten years of experience on the market, over 600 employees and collaborators and over 2,000 projects delivered at national and international level, the Smart Alliance Cluster plans to rethink and create a business environment based on ethics and transparency on the Romanian IT market. The Smart Alliance Cluster has the following companies as founding members: Arworks, Ascendia Design, Digi-Soft, Esolutions, Essensys Software Solutions, Entex Logic (NTX), Geomant, Global Systems Communications (GSC), HyperCubic, InChange Solutions, Infrasoft, Integrisoft, ITLand, mWare, New Business Dimensions, Smart ID, SafeTech, Spearhead Systems, Tremend Software Consulting and Omega Trust. Apart from these, it also consists of other associate members, Technology Hub members, Universities and other types of catalyst organizations.
The 20 member companies of the Smart Alliance are already implementing projects in over 20 locations throughout the world, directly or through outsourcing, locations that include: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Egypt, Switzerland, France, Germany, Greece, India, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Libya, Luxembourg, Morocco, Moldova, Norway, Netherlands, Poland, Slovakia, United States, Sweden, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom and Hungary.
“The Smart Alliance IT Cluster, as most similar entities in the EU, represents a dynamic structure of association based on complementary technical competencies and transfer of know-how. Thus, we believe that only together we can find unity in diversity, and in the end the Enterprise and Public Authority clients will benefit from product and process innovation at an excellent quality-price ratio,” Gabriel Munteanu, Smart Alliance Cluster President and NTX Managing Director, stated.