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Cheaper computer networks with equipment from Šiauliai

2001 06 07, Verslo žinios, No. 111, p. 9, Žinios

 

 

UAB “Informacijos alėja” (Ltd.) (eng. – “The Information Avenue”) from Šiauliai offers their software “e-TILTAS LT” for 89 Lt, which will change computer network routers costing up to 10.000 Lt. The equipment is designed for small and average companies, that connect computer networks to the Internet.

 

In a half-year “Informacijos alėja” (hereinafter – IA), located in Šiauliai Bussiness Incubator, created software (its basis is the software “Freesco” of the operating system “Linux”), which can fully change computer network routers costing up to 1.000-10.000 Lt. According to Remigijus Laurutis, the director and one of the owners of IA, software which costs 89 Lt also performs some server functions.
 

Will expand e-marketing

“The software is for companies, that want to connect up to 100 computers to the Internet,” says Mr. Laurutis. “e-TILTAS LT” helps to expand the computer network, increases its productivity (the network is divided into segments), and protects the company’s network from online hacking. IA has already installed the software in Šiauliai branch office of “Lietuvos žemės ūkio banko draudimas”,UAB “Volina” (Ltd.), and in Šiauliai city libraries that are connected to the network.

People from Šiauliai will consult the companies, that install computer networks, about the selling of software. They intend to start selling “e-TILTAS LT” this month on a new online shop “Informacijos alėja” (www.aleja.lt), which was declared the best project in a contest organized by “Omnitel”.

In its online shop the company from Šiauliai will also sell other software, mainly the “Linux” system products, of which there are currently about 30. According to Mr. Laurutis, the company’s online shop will be the first online shop in the country selling software.
 

"Informacijos alėja" is expanding the assortment of the online shop

2002 03 14, VZ.LT

 

 

The information technology company from Šiauliai - UAB “Informacijos alėja” (Ltd.) (eng. – “The Information Avenue”) - expects to activate the marketing in its online shop, after developing software which accelerates the performance of computer networks. They offer purchasers cheaper Czech and Chinese software.

“Informacijos alėja” (hereinafter – IA) software protects users from hacking and viruses. One of the novelties offered by IA is Czech software “Lan Suite 2002” for internet users, you can download it for free for a 5-users computer network from the online shop www.aleja.lt.

This company, located in Šiauliai, is a representative of the company “602 Software”, the largest software producer in Czech Republic, and the Chinese company “LavaSoftware Technologies” in the Baltic States. Czech and Chinese products now make about 50% of all IA software sales.

Last year the returns of IA, located in Šiauliai Bussiness Incubator, amounted to 350.000 Lt. This year they expect the returns of 1mil. Lt.
(VŽ online)

 

Software from Czech Republic and China

2001 08 20, Verslo žinios, No. 147, p.8, Žinios

 

 

The information technology company from Šiauliai - UAB “Informacijos alėja” (Ltd.) (eng. – “The Information Avenue”), working on projection and maintenance of computer networks, will represent Czech and Chinese companies that create software.

“Informacijos alėja” (hereinafter – IA), from March working in Šiauliai Bussiness Incubator, has become a representative of the company “602 Software”, the largest software producer in Czech Republic, and the Chinese company “LavaSoftware Technologies” in the Baltic States.

The main products that are going to be sold by people from Šiauliai are the chinese software “ezProxy” and the Czech software “602 Pro Lan Suite”. It is designed to connect computer networks to the Internet, it costs from 79 Lt to 1.000 Lt, and controls computer networks with up to 100 computers.

Selling on the Internet                                 
The specialization of IA isprojection and maintenance of computer networks. A couple of months ago the company created  the software “e-TILTAS LT”, which costs 89 Lt and can fully change computer network routers costing up to 10.000 Lt.

“We want to offer companies all the possible means of connecting computer network to the Internet, so they could choose the one that is the most suitable for them,” says Remigijus Laurutis, the director and one of the owners of IA. These people from Šiauliai present all products in their online shop (there are also the trial versions of the programmes), which has been operating from this June (www.aleja.lt).

“Linux” online shop established in Lithuania

www.DELFI.lt

2001 June 6 12:56

A new shop complemented the online marketing gates “Omnitel Mugė” (eng. – “Omnitel Fair). The company organized an online shop contest and its winner, Remigijus Laurutis from Šiauliai, established the online shop “Informacijos alėja” (eng. – “The Information Avenue”) in this “Fair”.

Currently it is the largest online shop in Lithuania, selling software products. There you can purchase not only one of the distributions of LINUX operating system, games, attributes, but also specially prepared network instalation solutions.

At present 14 shops, 12 auctions and 12 shopwindows are open at this “Fair”.

 

 

“Informacijos alėja” offers Internet cafés software

2002 07 16, VZ.LT

 

 

UAB “Informacijos alėja” (Ltd.) (eng. - “The Information Avenue”), which is located in Šiauliai and creates and sells software in its online shop, has bocome a representative of the Polish company “CafeSuite” in Lithuania and will offer software designed to control computer networks in Internet cafés.

According to Remigijus Laurutis, the director and one of the owners of “Informacijos alėja” (hereinafter – IA), which is located in Šiauliai Bussiness Incubator, by now no one in Lithuania has been selling legal software designed to control computer networks in Internet cafés.

“The supply of this type of software is not very large in the market, licensed software is very expensive, ” says Mr. Laurutis.

According to him, “CafeSuite” will cost half less that the analogical American software. They promise to give discounts to companies, which want to dispose of the illegal software.

IA posesses the only specialized software online shop in Lithuania (www.aleja.lt), now they offer about 100 products and this autumn they are going to expand the assortment dozens of times and start selling computer equipment.

The returns of IA of a half of this year amounts to 300.000 Lt – approximately the same amount was reached thoughout the last year. Mr. Laurutis forecasts that this year the returns of the company will increase up to one million litas.

(VŽ)

 

 

 

“Informacijos alėja” offers internet equipment

2002 07 17, Verslo žinios, No. 138, p.7, Žinios

UAB “Informacijos alėja” (Ltd.) (eng. - “The Information Avenue”), which is located in Šiauliai and creates and sells software in its online shop, has bocome a representative of the Polish company “CafeSuite” in Lithuania and will offer software designed to control computer networks in Internet cafés.

According to Remigijus Laurutis, the director and one of the owners of “Informacijos alėja” (hereinafter – IA), which is located in Šiauliai Bussiness Incubator, by now no one in Lithuania has been selling legal software designed to control computer networks in Internet cafés. Companies, engaged in this type of business, had to but software abroad or they used illegal software.

Will offer to legalise

“The supply of this type of software is not very large in the market, licensed software is very expensive, ” says Mr. Laurutis.

According to him, “CafeSuite”, which has been translated to Lithuanian by IA,  will cost about 500 Lt (depending on the network size) – that is half less that the analogical American software. People from Šiauliai promise to give discounts to companies, which want to dispose of the illegal software.

“CafeSuite” allows to control the whole network using one computer – turn on/off individual computers, allow or forbid particular commands and actions, control the work, and save the information concerning breakdowns.

Mr. Laurutis expects it to have a demand, because there are tens of Internet cafés in every larger city and their number is constantly increasing.

Equipments is profitable

IA sells “CafeSuite” and other software in the only specialized software online shop in Lithuania (www.aleja.lt). Now they offer about 100 products and this autumn they are going to expand the assortment dozens of times and start selling computer equipment.

The returns of IA of a half of this year amounts to 300.000 Lt – approximately the same amount was reached thoughout the last year. Mr. Laurutis forecasts that this year the returns of the company will increase up to one million litas. The software amounts to 20% of the returns, but it earns half the profit of the company

Programming is more profitable that marketing

2003 10 03, Verslo žinios, No. 192, p. 10, Žinios

 

 

UAB “Informacijos alėja” (Ltd.) (eng. - “The Information Avenue”) expects to expand in the foreign markets with the software “News Processor”, created especially for export, which is designed to organise the work of the media editorial offices.

“Informacijos alėja” (hereinafter – IA) will present its new product to the market in the exhibition “Infobalt”. The editorial system “News Processor” (hereinafter – NP) is now being installed in “Šiaulių kraštas”, one of the largest regional newspapers, which collaborated when the software was being created.

According to Remigijus Laurutis, the IA director and one of the owners, they are negotiating with a couple more editorial offices.

People from Šiauliai hope, that this universal system, suitable for editorial offices of press publications, television, radio, will interest about a third of 300 editorial offices that exist in Lithuania. NP, depending on the size of the editorial office and the functions of the system, will cost 20.000-100.000 Lt.
 

The hopes are abroad

“We will create a flexible payment system, allow to pay by instalments,” says Mr. Laurutis. However, according to him, the main clients are expected to be not from Lithuania, but from eastern and middle Europe.

“We lay our biggest hopes on post-Soviet countries, which till now could not afford to buy expensive western products,” states Mr. Laurutis. At the moment IA is searching for partners in foreign countries so that they could install software.

According to the IA director, the main advantage of the software is universality. It is suitable to any operating system and it is easily applicable to any language.

“We created this software using the basic program by the Norwegian company “TrollTech”, which we found a couple of years ago in the exhibition “Cebit” in Hanover,” explains Mr. Laurutis. According to him, the company invested about 150.000 Lt in total in the new product.

Services are more profitable

IA, a couple of years ago established by students from Šiauliai, started its activity from the marketing of software and computer equipment, but now they are putting away the marketing and expanding their services.

“Two people started this activity, now there are 12 employees, 7 of them are programmers. We became one of the largest programming companies in north Lithuania,” says Mr. Laurutis.

Programming services, of which creating websites has the greatest demand, currently amount to about 50% of the whole returns of IA.

“We are not expanding the marketing because of the low profit margin. You can profit 10 times more from programming services than from marketing.” states the director of the company.

This summer IA closed the online marketing website, which had been working for three years and which was not profitable. A year ago IA established the online project department; this September IA opened two branch offices - one in Vilnius and the other in Kaunas.

12 Lithuanian companies earned the status of “Microsoft Authorised Education Reseller”

ELTA

2004 July 30 17:13

The top software manufacturer in the world – the company “Microsoft” - is launching the programme of Education software resellers from this August. 12 companies in Lithuania have become the authorised partners of this programme.

The aim of the programme is to assure the competence of the partners that they could offer education customers the best licensing solutions. “Microsoft Authorised Education Reseller” status is given to those companies that meet the qualifying requirements and it authirises the companies to sell “Microsoft” academic licences.

12 companies in Lithuania have become the partners of this programme – “Baltic Amadeus”, “Baltijos kompiuterių centras”, “Blue Bridge”, “Elektronikos labirintai”, “Elsis biuro sistemos”, “Insolita”, “Kompotrasta”, “Sonex kompiuteriai”, “Technologinių paslaugų sprendimai”, “Arx Baltika”, “Compservis”, and “Informacijos alėja” (eng. – “The Information Avenue”).

Altogether “Microsoft” has 44 certified partners and more than 40 registered partners in Lithuania.

“Mircosoft” produces the most popular in the world operating system “Windows” and the office suite “Microsoft Office”.

“Informacijos alėja” software helps to control the relations with clients

2005 03 03, VZ.LT

 

 

UAB “Informacijos alėja” (Ltd.) (eng. - “The Information Avenue”), which is located in Šiauliai and engaged in IT services, has created the software “Open CRM”, designed to control the sales contacts and the business information about clients. According to the leadership of the company, till now, there has not been any similar software in the market, adapted for small and medium-sized enterprises.

Remigijus Laurutis, the director and one of the owners of “Informacijos alėja” (hereinafter – IA), states that the company has been creating the software “Open CRM” for three years, and this year they started to sell it actively. The company created a website www.opencrm.lt where they sell the new software and serve the customers.

“We lay our hopes on “Open CRM”. We made a market research and we have seen a niche for this product. So far, there have not been any solutions in the market designed to manage the relations with clients and adapted for small and medium-sized business. Similar systems cost from 10.000 Lt, and what solution does the company with 10 employees have? We created a product intended exactly for small companies,” – explains Mr. Laurutis.

The software, created by people from Šiauliai, costs 1.000-3.000 Lt and is intended for companies that have 5-10 computerised workplaces. According to Mr. Laurutis, it can also be adapted to the needs of large companies.

The furniture manufacturer AB “Venta”, the television “S plius”, “Nutrilita”, “Autoera”, “Pramuštgalvis”, “Via Aquaria”, and other companies are already using “Open CRM”. I a year they areplanning to sell software for about 100.000 Lt.

“One of the main advantage of the software is its simplicity. You have to install it to one of the company’s computers and other users can connect via web browsers. The company can determine itself what information it will gather,” says the director of IA.

While systematically describing the clients, a valuable data base is composed, which reduces the amount of everyday bureaucratic work, helps to make decisions, manage the relationships with clients, increase the sales. The collected information does not disappear when the employees of the company change – the new employees can also use it. It is said that CMR (Customer Relationship Management) solutions help to increase the sales by about 10%. They can be employed most effectively by the companies that have many clients and business contacts.

According to Mr. Laurutis, if the company is overtasked, cannot manage the load or does not have possibility to expand, installing CRM is not an option. The system can help to increase the sales, but then there will be more tasks.

“CRM solutions is simply a toll that manages the sales contacts and the business information about clients,” remark the creators of the software.

IA, which started its activity 4 years ago, currently is one of the largest companies that pursue internet projects in north-west Lithuania. The company has created more than 150 websites. Among the major clients of the company there are: “Venta”, “Elga”, “Justluka”, “Klaipėdos krantai”, “Klaipėdos kartono tara”, Šiaulių bankas and subsidiary companies, Šiauliai city Council, Šiauliai University, newspapers “Šiaulių kraštas”, and “Klaipėda”.

There are 15 employees in the company. Last year the company opened a branch office in Klaipėda, this year they are going to expand in Vilnius, currently they are setting out a computer and software shop in the centre of Šiauliai. The returns of IA in 2004 amounted to 0,8 mil Lt, this year they expect to sell services and products for 1,5 mil Lt.
(VŽ)

“Informacijos alėja” is expanding its server hosting business

  2007 March 02 

    vtv.lt

At the beginning of this year, UAB “Informacijos alėja” (Ltd.) (eng. - “The Information Avenue”), located in Šiauliai, has bought the hosting business from the company “Beitus”.   UAB “Beitus” (Ltd.) provided hosting services via its website vhost.lt. 

Around 200 companies and 800 private users had been using the services of this company. The peculiar thing about VHOST was that clients could pay for their services with SMS messages.

After purchasing VHOST website with all its users, UAB “Informacijos alėja” (Ltd.) thoroughly renewed its hardware and software. The new software became more flexible, safer and provided more services. VHOST servers were moved to the modern data centre of UAB “Informacijos alėja” (Ltd.), the throughput of the service was increased about 10 times.

According to Dr Remigijus Laurutis, the director of  UAB “Informacijos alėja” (Ltd.), the company wanted to enter the market of private Internet users’ server hosting long ago. Currently the company maintains around 1000 virtual servers. Last year “Informacijos alėja” invested more than 100.000 litas in to the hosting business, installed its own data centre, and purchased the hosting business from the company “FavoRina” (around 600 clients).

In its own data centre the company “Informacijos alėja” can keep not only the servers providing its own services, but it can also provide collocation services. On clients’ request, their own servers can be placed in the data centre of UAB “Informacijos alėja” (Ltd.), servers can be provided with a steady Internet stream, electric current and professional maintenance.

Mr. R. Laurutis states that server collocation business will expand in the future, because the IT systems of various companies require more and more servers, and their accommodation and maintenance cost more than renting a place for a server in a data centre.

After purchasing hosting business from UAB “Favorina” (Ltd.) and UAB “Beitus” (Ltd.), “Informacijos alėja” has become one of the largest hosting companies in Lithuania. According to the director, this is not the final expansion and the company is planning to expand actively, using both active marketing and buying companies that are already working in the market. Throughout the year 2007 the company is again planning to invest around 200.000 litas in the hosting business.

The returns of UAB “Informacijos alėja” (Ltd.) in 2006 amounted to 1,3 million litas, the hosting business made one third of this amount, The company is growing rapidly, providing programming services not only in Lithuania, but also abroad, participating in several international IT projects. In 2006, the company earned an award in the contest “Gazelė” organised by the newspaper “Verslo žinios” and another award from Lithuanian Innovation Centre for creating innovative products.

“Informacijos alėja” opened a data centre

www.DELFI.lt

2007 May 30  16:25

Another modern data centre was officially opened this month in Šiauliai. One of the largest virtual Internet server hosting provider in Lithuania – UAB “Informacijos alėja” (Ltd.) (eng. – “The Information Avenue”) – established a new data centre, designed to keep clients’ servers and maintain their continuous work. The clients of such data centre are offered all means of the data security, which until now could be only afforded by the largest companies, reports the company in its press release.

Servers in this data centre are ensured a high-speed and secure Internet, the required even air temperature and humidity. The electricity is supplied from two different electrical substations, uninterruptable power supplies are installed. The clients of the data centre are also protected from the data loss – every 24 hours a backup copy of the data is made, which is kept in the special data storage. The modern alarm system and the private security company guarantee the safety of the premises.

The way abroad – through contact fairs

2007 07 04, Verslo žinios, No. 124, p.10, Mano verslas, Informacijos alėja

 

 

The programming and Internet service company from Šiauliai - UAB “Informacijos alėja” (Ltd.) (eng. – “The Information Avenue”) – expects to maintain the growth rate by expanding its activity abroad. It searches for new clients in contact fairs, strengthens the ties with foreign clients, and search for direct ways to potential clients.

“Informacijos alėja” (hereinafter – IA), which gets t 10% of its income from the clients abroad, next year expects to increase the part of service export up to 50%. The company creates about 100 websites a year, in a half of this year the company has gained about 0,4 mil. of income from these services. They expect that the next year about 50% of the websites will be created for the clients abroad. “Our main market is northern and western Lithuania, we do not force our way to Vilnius, because there are lots of similar companies. We see more potential in finding clients abroad than persistently competing for local orders,” says Remigijus Laurutis, the director and one of the owners of IA.

The company, located in Šiauliai, is now trying to enter the Norwegian market, its representatives have just come back from Skien, a city in southern Norway, where an IT conference and a specialised exhibit took place. “We have been collaborating with several Norwegian companies for about 5 years. We were searching for a good software designed to create websites and manage their content and we choose the system “EZ Publisher”. So far we have created around 400 websites and, according to the number of accomplished projects, we are one of the largest partners of this Norwegian company,” tells the businessman.

The participation in this event cost the company around 10.000 Lt. People from Šiauliai brought home from the exhibit some useful contacts and concrete orders – currently the employeers are finishing to create a website for a Norwegian advertising agency, some other projects are waiting for their turn.

Direct contacts
“If we succeed in entrenching in Norway, we will have a lot of work, because the market is enormous, a lot of companies wish to renew the design and the content managing systems of their websites, that were created some time ago. If we want to succeed, we have to see into the specific of the market, feel the style of the design, which would be suitable for the clients. Service fees in Norway are about two times higher than in Lithuania, but we expect orders not only because we can offer a lower price. The quality-price ratio, the experience and the ability to perform the job well have a considerable influence over the client’s decision,” states Mr. Laurutis.

The company is planning to search for clients in Norway directly or through partners, because they think that this type of marketing is the most effective.
“The participation in the exhibits does not buy off sometimes, it is better to address the potential clients directly or attend contact fairs, where you know, what you will meet. There is no meaning in simply standing in an exhibit and watching visitors,” claims the director of the company.


“Informacijos alėja” bought a part of competitors’ business

www.DELFI.lt

2007 September 17  12:51

The IT solutions company - UAB “Informacijos alėja” (Ltd.) (eng. – “The Information Avenue”) – is once again expanding its activity and this time it has bought a part of activity of competitors’ company UAB “Naujasis startas” (Ltd.). UAB “Informacijos alėja” (Ltd.) has purchased the hosting business from its competitors, reports the company in its press release.

After signing the cooperation agreement, the clients’ data is already transferred to the data centre “eVardas” belonging to UAB “Informacijos alėja” (Ltd.) and located in Lithuania.

UAB “Informacijos alėja” (Ltd.) states, that the company is one of the top 5 largest companies in Lithuania providing hosting services.

What is useless to the small – comes in useful to the large

2007 11 26, Verslo žinios, No. 224, p.7, Mano verslas, Informacijos alėja

 

 

UAB “Informacijos alėja” (Ltd.) (eng. – “The Information Avenue”), located in Šiauliai, is expanding its activity by buying the business of competitors – in 2 years the company has bought hosting services from six companies and, according to the returns of this activity, is  now one of the leading companies of this type in Lithuania. The leadership of the company says that this way not only the clients are taken over, but also the former competitors become partners.

“Informacijos alėja” (hereinafter – IA), which started providing hosting services 6 years ago, is now one of the top 5 largest companies in Lithuania, according to the returns of this activity. The successful strategy helped to expand the activity rapidly – the company is not only actively searching for clients itself, but also taking them over from smaller companies by buying their server hosting services.

In 2 years the company has purchased the business of UAB “Flopo informacinės sistemos” (Ltd.), “FavoRina”, “Beitus”, “Mikromarketingas”, and “Startas”. At the beginning of this month the incorporation of the hosting business “ONYX.LT” of UAB “AI Verslo sprendimai” (Ltd.) was finished. The company now has around 3.000 clients, 2.000 of them have been taken over from other companies. The company spent 200.000 Lt on all of these purchases.

Buying is beneficial
According to Remigijus Laurutis, the director and one of the owners of IA, the hosting business has been expanding for several years in Lithuania and the large companies are trying to take over this activity. The company from Šiauliai has also had many offers to sell this business, however they are not going to sell it, because server hosting is one of their stratagic directions of development.

“There are tens or even hundreds of companies engaged in server hosting in Lithuania. The majority of IT companies provided these services, if there were people who had knowledge in this area. If you have 100-200 clients and you earn 1.000-2.000 Lt a month, this activity is not worth maintaining and you can find more profitable niches. It is more useful to the companies having few clients to abandon the server hosting business than to invest in its expansion, whereas it is more beneficial to the large companies to develop by buying the small businesses. This activity is profitable in large companies, because the prime cost of the services reduces because of the large number of clients,” sates Mr. Laurutis.

In his words, buying the business of other companies is useful not only because a considerable number clients is taken over instantly, but because the former competitors become partners – a part of the companies continue their activity, and, under the cooperation agreements, they are paid a commission for every new client.

30% of the company’s income comes from the server hosting. They are planning to increase the number of clients and the returns of this activity by 50% over the next year.

Stepping abroad

Attention to the service quality and reliability and the protection of the client’s data helps the company to expand the server hosting. IA has its own data centre “eVardas”, where it transfers the data of all clients. Last year the company invested 200.000 Lt in this data centre.

According to Mr. Laurutis, the majority of companies of this type rent their servers or keep them in the data centres abroad.

“If you do not have your own data centre, you cannot control all the processes and be responsible for the partners’ mistakes. Only when you have your on equipment, you can guarantee the quality of the services,” states the businessman.

Next year the company is planning to offer foreign companies the services of their data centre.

IA creates websites in collaboration with foreign companies; among its clients are Norwegian, French companies, their orders amount to 20% of all the company’s projects. In a month it creates 10-15 websites in all. They are planning to increase the percentage of websites for foreign clients up to 50%.

One of the strategic projects of the company is the specialised media managing system “News processor”. They also expect to sell this product abroad; currently they are negotiating with several potential partners over the distribution of this product.

16 companies are awarded for innovations

www.DELFI.lt

2007 November 27  13:20

A board of experts have selected 16 companies, which will be awarded for innovations, announces the Lithuanian Innovation Centre, which organises this contest. In all in 2007 there were 67 applications for the contest Innovation prize: 42 applications in the category of an innovative product and 25 – in the category of an innovative company.

In the category of an innovative company the following companies have won the prizes: UAB “Aconitum” (Ltd.), UAB “Teltonika” (Ltd.), UAB “Precizika Metrology” (Ltd.), UAB “Koslita” (Ltd.), UAB “Selteka” (Ltd.), AB “Malsena” (Ltd.), UAB “Gaumina” (Ltd.), and  UAB “Marijampolės pieno konservai” (Ltd.).

The prizes for innovative products will be presented to the following companies: UAB “GGF” (Ltd.), AB “Snaigė” (Ltd.), UAB “Ekspla” (Ltd.), UAB “Šiaulių tauro televizoriai” (Ltd.), UAB “Penki kontinentai” (Ltd.), UAB “Biok” (Ltd.), UAB “Ergolain baldai” (Ltd.), and UAB “Informacijos alėja” (Ltd.) (eng. – “The Information Avenue”).

The winners of the contest will be awarded with “Innovation Prize” statues, diplomas, and will have the right to use the logo of “Innovation Prize” for the marketing purposes of the awarded product or the company.

The annual contest “Innovation Prize” is organised by the Lithuanian Innovation Centre and the Lithuanian Confederation of Industrialists, under the auspices of the Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Lithuania.

The best were rewarded

2008 02 11, Verslo žinios, No. 28, p.8, Mano verslas,

Šiauliai Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts

Šiauliai District Businessmen Association

In the annual assembly of the Šiauliai Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts, 7 city’s companies and individual businessmen were rewarded for various achievements. The Šiauliai District Businessmen Association also announced the best companies.

The most successful companies in Šiauliai district in 2007 are: UAB “Hidralteka” (Ltd.) (the director Stanislovas Gelžinis), UAB “Medingė” (Ltd.) (Kęstutis Lukšas), UAB “Grąžulas” (Ltd.) (Romaldas Adeikis), and UAB “Šventjonis” (Ltd.) (Bronius Astrauskas).

The award of the Best Businesswoman in Šiauliai District was presented to Margarita Kušernova, the director of UAB “Rimtas darbas” (Ltd.).

Šiauliai Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts (hereinafter – ŠCCIC) presented the Export prize to UAB “Antrocelas” (Ltd.) (Bronius Aliukonis). There are 15 employees in the company; it is engaged in recycling and produces the asphalt cellulose additive. Last year the company’s export amounted to 64% of the returns, in 2006 – 40%.

Šiauliai Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts presented Edmundas Čėsna, the Šiauliai district division manager of AB “Hansabankas” (Ltd.), with their badge of honour “Work Star” for his long-time active work while promoting entrepreneurship in the district.

Šiauliai City Municipality and ŠCCIC presented the manufacturer of bicycles UAB “Baltic vairas” (Ltd.) (Dirk Zwick) with an award for creating the maximum number of workplaces in the city.

UAB “Informacijos alėja” (Ltd.) (Rmigijus Laurutis) received the innovation prize for the software “Newsprocessor”

The Dnb NORD bank awarded the farmer Kęstutis Juščius, the owner of the farm “Baltic champignons”.

A thank you note for contribution to the organisation of the largest regional business exhibit in Lithuania “Šiauliai 2007” was presented to VšĮ “Promogų sala” (Gintaras Radavičius).

Šiauliai County Governor’s badge of honour “For Services to Šiauliai County” was presented to Vidmantas Japertas, the president of ŠCCIC.

8 out of 10 e-mails in Lithuania have unwanted content

www.DELFI.lt

2008 July 7  16:29

This year spammed e-mails are being sent even more actively than the previous years. According to the data of the company UAB “Informacijos alėja” (Ltd.) (eng. – “The Information Avenue”), which uses the trademark BalticServers.com, in this year’s first half SPAM broke all the records of the previous years.

During the six months of this year the company’s data centre handled more than 9 million e-mails. 7 million of them were spam e-mails, and this amounts to 78% of all e-mails.

Concurrently in 2007, after processing the e-mails, it was found that SPAM amounted to 73% of all e-mails. In 2006 this number amounted only to 60%. The international anti-spam and anti-virus company MessageLabs provides similar data – this year SPAM amounts to 76,8% in the world.

The protection system, set in the data centre, analyses the e-mails, and later deletes the e-mails with unwanted content and viruses. According to the director of the company, Remigijus Laurutis, he receives only one or two spammed e-mails a day. Whereas without the protection system, the number of spammed e-mails amounted to 30 a day.

 
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