Boris Kontsevoi has Entered the List of CIO.com Contributors

Intetics CEO and President, Boris Kontsevoi, has become the contributor at CIO.com. Being impressed by Mr. Kontsevoi’s track record, achievements and publications, one of the most respected business resources offered Intetics CEO & President a monthly column.

In his “Make IT Happen” column, Mr. Kontsevoi will cover business management, software development, SMAC, IoT, RPA, digital business transformation, project management, creation and management of a distributed team topics.

The first column article covers the unique framework of software products’ delivery – Predictive software engineering. The framework is a proprietary paradigm. It is a new way to create custom software products in a way that’s transparent, more inclusive of all stakeholders, and ensures that the software development process is precise and predictable. As a result of this process, clients receive a high-quality software product within a guaranteed timeframe.

It is a great honor to become a CIO contributor and stand in one line with peers of the IT industry. CIO.com unites world leading pros and experts who rule the industry and define the future of technological evolution. Together we create a unique knowledge space to provide readers with in-depth information on the most burning questions,” says Kontsevoi.

Read and follow Boris Kontsevoi column on CIO.com

 

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Intetics Inc. is an expert in creation and operation of effective distributed technology teams aimed at software product development, IT support, quality assurance and data processing. Based on a proprietary business model of Remote In-Sourcing®, advanced Quality Management Platform and measurable SLAs, Intetics enables IT rich, innovative organizations to capitalize on available global talent and Intetics’ in-depth engineering expertise. Our core know-how is rooted in design of software products within conditions of incomplete specifications.

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