Alexander Egorov co-founded Reksoft, one of Russia’s largest IT outsourcing companies, in 1991 and has served as its CEO from its inception.
Along with his duties at Reksoft, Mr. Egorov has served on the boards of directors for a number of successful joint ventures in the field of information technologies such as Ozon.ru (the largest Russian online bookstore) and Assist (Russia's leading e-commerce transaction processing gateway) to name but a few.
He appeared twice in the IT Elite TOP 100 rankings of Kommersant, Russia’s leading national business daily.
Mr. Egorov served as a Chairman of the Board of Russoft, the Russian software development association, in 2003 and has been re-elected to the board twice since then.
Mr. Egorov holds a M.Sc. in computer science from the St. Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation and an MBA from the Stockholm School of Economics.
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