SOURCE: CommPRO.biz; iTechnology.am
NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - Dec 7, 2012) - Stanford University: "iTechnology.am," the new voice for the Armenian information technology business sector, will make its digital debut at the ArmTech Congress 2012 at Stanford University. The innovative, monthly, digital magazine presents exclusive tech-specific, business-building news and features in an interactive format that is easy and engaging to browse -- and also completely social-media enabled, available in English, Armenian and Russian.
About the IT Industry in Armenia
- The Armenian Technology sector has seen an incredible compounded annual growth rate of 27% between 1998 and 2011.
- For the same period, it has grown almost 2x faster than the Armenian economy reaching $205.1 million in revenues (2% of GDP) in 2011 and 8% of total exports. An impressive track-record for a landlocked, capital-starved country.
- It is boosting job creation and generating much needed export revenues, becoming a key driver in the sustainability of Armenia's economic development.
The debut issue is available on the Web at www.itechnology.am. It is designed for the iPad, iPhone and other mobile devices and offers 9 exclusive features, including:
The publication is available, free of charge, to professionals interested in the development of the information technology (IT) business sector in Armenia and around the world. The publication features content syndicated from CommPRO.biz, the international online hub for integrated marketing communications news and opinion.
For more information, please visit www.iTechnology.am.
iTechnology.am, the monthly, digital magazine, is the new destination for the Armenian information technology business sector. Created to give the fast-growing Information Technology sector in Armenia a new voice.