25 well-known Iranian suppliers are ready to share their technology and establish business partnerships with companies from Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Armenia in a face-to-face, C-Level (Senior Management) meeting the participation in which is free of charge for non-Iranian guests.
In light of the COVID-19-related conditions, many tech-based and non-tech-based companies including those located in the region of Eurasia are struggling with new concerns besides previous ones, like the cost and quality of the work.
This event is designed to introduce a group of the highest quality software and other high-tech providers.
As a result, companies searching for a reliable local partner, professional service provider, experienced team, lucrative investment project or valuable product can well benefit from this event.
The Iran-Eurasia Software, Telecom and IoT Virtual Partnering Event is open to any organizations providing products, knowledge, or technologies to advance in the software, telecom and IoT pipeline and related investors.
The companies which are active in the software, telecom or IoT market and are interested in having reliable partners will have an opportunity to meet about 25 selected Iranian innovative companies that provide high-tech products or services and are interested in having business partnerships with companies based in the region of Eurasia.
In recent years, the tech industry including the software and other sectors has seen drastic growth in Iran with the reason mainly being the digital transformation of the country and an ever-increasing internet penetration percentage. This has been made possible thanks to the large professional community including about 850,000 software engineers that makes a diverse variety of human resources to choose from. It means there are always different choices for each specific field, and there are nearly no limitations for human resources in any specialized field of developing high-tech solutions, be it software, telecom, or IoT.
In comparison with the other countries where software development is outsourced to, Iran has a lower annual salary rate namely between 3 thousand to 10 thousand euros. This, coupled with the high currency exchange rates in Iran can decrease the development cost by a large margin.
Not only the people but also the companies are full of alternatives. The huge pool of about 14,000 software companies gives you the freedom to choose the supplier with which your business goal has the highest compliance, and there is always another alternative when a condition is not exactly what you expect.
So, comparing with other countries, Iran owns a big potential supply pool in which you would surely find the professionals you require based on the special and technical concerns you have.
You may be surprised to know that quality is also considered in this opportunity.
Apart from the high quantity of choices, Iran has also a very high percentage of university degree holders and a number of high-ranking institutions of higher education. It is to be mentioned that 83 percent of the software engineers are of high professional abilities. It means that 83 percent of the software engineers are either academically educated engineers or well-experienced ones or both. This supports the high rate of success in doing the work they are tasked with and their remarkable capability to do the work they are asked for.
To all the above reasons one shall add the geographical proximity and negligibility of the difference between the time zone of Iran and those of the Eurasian countries along with the booming economic ties between these strategic partners and the ease of doing business because of closer financial and government ties.
Registration for this virtual partnering event opens on 1 May. Then, our partnering platform, One-on-One Partnering, will open on the 22nd of April. So that participants will have up to three weeks to make connections and request online meetings. On 25 May 2021, the virtual partnering starts with online scheduled meetings for three days through the 28th of May.
The companies which are active in the software, telecom or IoT market and are interested in having reliable partners will have an opportunity to meet about 25 selected Iranian innovative companies that provide high-tech products or services and are interested in having business partnerships with companies based in the region of Eurasia