IT organisations in Slovakia

ITAS – IT Association of Slovakia, www.itas.skITAS is a professional association representing the most important local and international companies operating in the Slovak market in the field of information and communication technologies. It was founded in September 1999 and presently includes 65 professionally registered members. The stated mission of ITAS is to promote and develop an information society.

ITAS – IT Association of Slovakia, www.itas.sk
ITAS is a professional association representing the most important local and international companies operating in the Slovak market in the field of information and communication technologies. It was founded in September 1999 and presently includes 65 professionally registered members. The stated mission of ITAS is to promote and develop an information society.

BSA - Business Software Alliance, www.bsa.org, www.bsa.sk
BSA is a non-profit association created to advance the goals of the software industry and its hardware partners. It is dedicated to promoting a safe and legal digital world. It is the voice of the world’s commercial software industry and its hardware partners before governments and in the international
marketplace.

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