IT company CROC hosted a Russian stop of the InsureTech Connect+ Digital Insurance Agenda World Tour, the largest digital insurance and insurtech event of the year launched by two global industry leaders.
PRESS RELEASE / 22 September 2020
The Digital Leader networking platform, PwC in Russia, IDC and the IT company CROC conducted a joint study to identify technologies that will have the greatest impact on the business and labor market by 2030.
PRESS RELEASE / 22 June 2020
В конце апреля одна из крупнейших российских ИТ-компаний «Крок» начала продавать антикризисный пакет решений для бизнеса в условиях коронавируса. Системный интегратор предложил клиентам оценить возможность перехода к модели аутсорсинга ИТ-инфраструктуры, к использованию программных продуктов на открытом коде, роботизации части бизнес-процессов.
NEWS / 06 May 2020
Taking care of transitioning to remote work was a complete surprise for some companies. In an interview for TAdviser, Valentin Gubarev, Director of Computer Systems Department at CROC, has shared his company’s experience in adjusting to working from home and associated risks and benefits.
NEWS / 22 April 2020
CROC and its partner Infobot have jointly developed a voice bot to assist employees with their daily targets. This bot will help thousands of office employees stay motivated and it will enable managers to build an effective remote work reporting system.
PRESS RELEASE / 17 April 2020
CROC has updated its solution portfolio and now offers new tools for automatic remote employee work time tracking, contact center shifting to cloud, enhanced information security, and seven more services for effective operation, irrespective of business size and industry specifics.
PRESS RELEASE / 06 April 2020
Today, hardly anybody questions the need for digital transformation of modern business. Alina Veselova, Senior Business Transformation Consultant, IT company CROC, explains how companies can evolve digitally by employing design thinking and whether engaging external partners for this may pay off.
NEWS / 27 November 2019
During the recent quarantine, we have gradually grown to accept mask usage and become accustomed to the idea of an always-covered face. However, the face recognition problem still remains unsolved. Russian companies such as CROC are also working on this problem. Tatiana Pavlova, a video analytics project manager, said that 30% of the face surface is enough for the system to do the job.
NEWS / 08 November 2019