Parrot SA’s Representatives Come to Elinext Group’s Development Center in Minsk

Marina Astapchik
IT Trends Research Specialist
July 20, 2012

Two representatives of Parrot SA, a France-based company engaged in the field of telecommunications equipment, came with a two-day visit to Elinext Group’s Development Center in Minsk to discuss ongoing and future projects

July 20, 2012. Two representatives of Parrot SA – Ms. Virginie Rio, Non Production Purchase Manager, and Mr. Rodolphe Renault, Web & Applications Program Manager, – came today from France with a two-day visit to Elinext Group’s Development Center in Minsk, Belarus.

Parrot SA is a France-based company that specializes in the design and marketing of wireless mobile telephone peripherals for vehicles, wireless speakers, wireless headsets, digital photo frames, and Wi-Fi quadricopter, among others. Parrot’s products are marketed and sold in more than 80 countries via its wholly owned subsidiaries, including Parrot Inc, Parrot Italia Srl, Parrot UK Ltd, Parrot GmbH, Parrot Asia Pacific Ltd and Parrot Iberia SL.

The parties discussed the progress on current affairs, level of engagement and motivation of Elinext Group’s dedicated teams, as well as potential for new projects. The emphasis was also made on as such important issues as logistics, delivery, quality, workflow and use of latest technological advances.

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