Innotech CEO Dmitry Kharitonov became a key speaker at the session “Digital Sovereignly and security: a direction towards alliances or competition”. The session was organized by the RBC channel and the “Territory of Innovation” project at Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum.
Dmitry talked about the development of import substitution in Russia. He pointed out the vast amount of fintech solutions that could be applied in different sectors of economy, especially when it comes to analysing complex unstructured data. Innotech’s portfolio already consists of such products including the Mirion graph platform, “Cryptoenclave” and a solution for investment portfolio optimization, first announced at SPIEF-2023.
«Financial, energy, communication, transport and industrial companies are transforming to account for new technologies. Such transformation needs to be accompanied by improved critical infrastructure and cybersecurity efforts through a joint and open cooperation between market players and industry associations. The market can benefit from new technological alliances, sharing of information and expertise. This will enable companies to bring complex ideas to life with minimal efforts and in short period of time», – said Dmitry Kharitonov.
Innotech CEO emphasized the eed to develop next-generation products without strictly mirroring similar products from non-Russian vendors. Such approach will both support the market development and increase Russian technological independency. Dmitry also spoke about Innotech’s plans to become one of government’s partners for supporting large-scale digital transformation products. Innotech’s vast experience in building infrastructure for large banks is a strong foundation to support such projects.
The session participants also involved other business and government representatives, including Deputy Minister of of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media Aleksandr Shaiotov as well as speakers from such companies as Gazprom Neft, Positive Technologies, Rosatom and Rostelecom. Participating experts discussed import substitution, cybersecurity, large-scale IT projects and creation of new alliances.