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LANACO and BIT Alliance together in software industry development in BiH

Nebojša Ninić, the general manager of LANACO and Armin Talić, general manager of BIT Alliance, have signed an association agreement between LANACO company and the BIT Alliance.


To create a positive business environment for software industry’s continued growth in B&H, BIT Alliance will maintain working on solving the two biggest problems with which software companies confront every day – lack of highly skilled personnel and weakly developed software industry infrastructure, accompanied by a lack of development incentives.


LANACO company is the largest software company in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which has been operating for the 27 years on the bh. and region market. The company employs more than 280 people, with headquarters in Banja Luka and offices in Sarajevo and Belgrade. Constant investment in education and training of its employees, a team of experts from the company owns over 1000 internationally recognised certificates. The company’s business quality is additionally confirmed by the implements ISO standards: ISO 9001, ISO 27001, : ISO 20000-1 i ISO 22301. LANACO is one of the leading companies in BiH with global partners, such Microsoft, Oracle, Cisco, SAP, HP, Fujitsu, Fortinet, EMC, Intel, VMware, Kaspersky, Kyocera.


Since April 2016, LANACO has become a member of the ELITE London Stock Exchange Program, which enables to get in touch with the business world and the company’s development capacity. The Same year in December, LANACO has officially opened its Technology Center with a capacity of 10,000 square meters, at business zone Incel in Banja Luka.


In 2014, BIT Alliance company founders (Green River Media, Atlant BH, Zira, Authority Partners, Ping and Symphony) have joined forces with one goal – to face numerous obstacles which hinder software industry’s growth and create new market opportunities.


For this, they need the help of all the companies that are thinking the same, to work on educating quality personnel and creating an environment where software industry’s potential must be recognised.


A long road is ahead, but with enthusiasm, hard work and experience of BIT Alliance members, results certainly will not be missing.