A message appeared on the Innopolis website in which the IT university expressed its readiness to assess the risks of using foreign software, select analogues from the register of domestic software, arguing the proposal, and form a roadmap for switching to alternative software.
If there is no alternative, then, according to the leading expert of Innopolis University in the field of import substitution of software - Sergey Koshelev, university experts will offer to develop new software by generating a technical task and writing the necessary programs, followed by testing and implementation of new software in the industrial environment of the enterprise.
In conclusion, the university explained that the seven-month standard plan is based not only on the principle of overcoming critical dependence on foreign software, but also taking into account the minimization of damage to the current business processes of the company that applied for help. Innopolis intends to develop software and train personnel to work with it on its own site.
Recall that at the end of this March, the President of Russia banned the purchase of foreign software for the country's critical infrastructure by signing a corresponding decree.