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Norwegian IT company Crayon enters Russian market

Monday 25 November 2019 | 10:04 CET | News
Norwegian company Crayon, working in the field of business digitisation, has announced that it plans to enter the Russian market, reports Comnews.ru. It has opened a representative office in Moscow and plans to carry out projects for implementing AI, IoT and machine learning technologies, with the aim of optimising digital business transformation.

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