–> Misoft Systems rebranded in 2012 to Accesa | Manage Technological Change.
misoft systems recently participated in the world’s most important information and communication technology fair, CeBIT. The event’s 26th edition took place from 6 to 10th of March 2012 in Hannover (Germany).
The 11th Romanian participation in CeBIT was represented by 16 Romanian IT companies and was organized under the concept “Romania iT – Creative talent. Technical Excellence”.
During its participation in CeBIT, misoft showcased its offering and credibility as a reliable nearshore services partner, confirming that “Managing Trust” had always been one of the core values the company promotes. “Along the time we have experienced a sustained organic growth through long term partnerships with our customers based on mutual trust and confidence” declared Paul Hrimiuc, misoft’s Business Development Manager.
The fair also gave the opportunity to stay up-to-date with the latest trends and technologies in the industry. Of particular interest to misoft were the new applicability areas of Microsoft technologies and the up-coming Windows 8 launch.
“misoft is nowadays engaged in several projects with customers from DACH area and Nordic countries. It is one of the reasons we found in CeBIT a great opportunity to strengthen our brand presence on the European market. We have also taken the chance to establish contacts with potential business partners from other European countries that showed interest in our services area” added Mr. Paul Hrimiuc.
CeBIT, the largest IT trade fair in the world, offers an international platform for comparing notes on current industry trends, networking, and product presentations. Throughout the past 20 years, thousands of suppliers and users from all over the world have come together every year in the early spring at CeBIT in Hannover, Germany.
With “”Managing Trust” as the keynote theme for the 2012 edition , CeBIT moves the topics trust and security in the digital age into the spotlight for the 2012 event. Trust and security in the digital world are mutual concerns for governments, economies and consumers.