Helmes, the Estonian IT company wins a tender of OECD

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The Estonian IT company, Helmes has won a tender for information systems development of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), states LETA/BNS.

Several IT services are provided by numerous foreign partners to OECD, the biggest of which up to now was the Indian company Tata, partner at Helmes Laur Magi said. “Helmes has increased the number of its consultants to approximately 30 by now, which accounts for half of the volume of IT services outsourced by the OECD,” he proceeded.

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