Sigma Software signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with Diia.Business Center in Kharkiv. Diia Business іs the national entrepreneurship development project initiated by the Ukrainian Ministry of Digital Transformation. It opened Diia.Business Center in Kharkiv as the first Entrepreneurship Support Center with a consulting area for micro, small, and medium businesses. According to the Memorandum, our company will furnish a business process management solution for the Center in terms of Sigma Software corporate social responsibility initiatives.
This autumn Sigma Software is going to automate business processes for Diia.Business entrepreneur support center, a governmental project aimed at the development of the business ecosystem in Ukraine and informational support of small and medium businesses.
The solution for business processes automation will be based on the technologies of our partner Middleware Inc.: Corezoid Process Engine and Control.events. Customization, integration, and support of the solution will be provided by Sigma Software as our company's contribution to the digital transformation of the Ukrainian government services and support of Ukrainian businesses and startups.
“We, at Sigma Software, believe that businesses should be socially responsible, so we constantly take actions to build a great country and future for our team and all Ukrainians. Helping young businesses succeed is a considerable part of our Corporate Social Responsibility program. A year ago we launched a tech incubator Sigma Software Labs to help Ukrainian startups, product and service companies to raise money and find their Customers through our network. Since 2015, we take part in running a student startup ideas contest IT-EUREKA! Many students received their first grants through IT-Eureka, the project that we initiated years ago together with EU authorities," Valery Krasovsky, CEO & Co-Founder at Sigma Software and Member of EBA IT Committee Board emphasizes.
"Today we team up with the Ukrainian Ministry of Digital Transformation in their essential initiative that will hopefully minimize the effort for establishing and conducting business, educate Ukrainian startup founders, and bring up a generation of business aware people."
I’m glad that digital transformation expertise that we fostered in our company with many international projects is going to play a significant role in our country. We know how efficient digitalization and automation can be, so we support implementing these approaches in state processes in Ukraine. Our aim is to build an ecosystem for entrepreneurs, create educational opportunities, and provide available consulting services.”
“Many entrepreneurs in different regions would like to move their business online but don’t know how to do it, or they are thinking about changing their business model, or try to come up with a new product. Consulting centers, like the one that is functioning in Kharkiv now, will help them take their business decisions,” says Valeria Ionan, Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine.