ArmInfo. Beeline in Armenia summed up the results of the transformation conducted in 2017. As the press service of Beeline told ArmInfo, thanks to the work done, it was possible to significantly reduce the company's operating expenses and to save money along with investments provided by the headquarters of the VEON Group, to introduce new technologies. According to the source, within the framework of the transformation, special attention was paid to working conditions and professional retraining of employees. In particular, this year opened the first office of Open Space, in which a certain part of the employees passed together with the general director Andrey Pyatakhin. The company introduced modern and effective methods of organizing the work of Agile and Lean, and invited international specialists conducted courses of professional development. "This year we have achieved great success in the process of transformation, approaching our goal - to become a modern IT-company. We were the first in Armenia to switch to electronic document management in order to carry out our operations as quickly and online. Our next achievement was the renaming of the company. As part of the VEON group, we now bear the name of "VEON Armenia", which symbolizes a new beginning for us, "said Beeline's General Director in Armenia Andrei Pyatakhin. As part of the global transformation, the companies of the VEON Group in 12 countries are implementing joint projects aimed at digitalization, and each country has its own research and development center. In particular, this year an IT center was created in Armenia, where digital programs common to the region are being developed. In the outgoing year, a global forum of the VEON group was also held in Armenia.
"VEON Armenia" CJSC (Beeline trademark) belongs to the Veon group of companies, which is one of the world's largest integrated telecom operators. The group includes communications companies providing voice and data services based on a wide range of wireless and fixed-line technologies, as well as broadband Internet access to more than 200 million subscribers in Russia, Italy, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Armenia, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Algeria, Bangladesh and Pakistan. The companies of the group provide services under the brands Beeline, Kyivstar, Wind, Mobilink, Banglalink and Djezzy.