European Information Technology Association (EITA)
Association européenne de péri-informatique
1992, Brussels (Belgium), an organization under the name of European Independent Informatics Industry (EIII), and subsequently Federation of European Information Technology Associations (EIT), having been set up 24 Mar 1980, Brussels. Registered in accordance with Belgian law. Ceased to exist, 15 Dec 2000.
Represent the interests of small and medium sized companies throughout Europe who are active in the information technology industry; ensure that members remain both innovative and competitive through meaningful participation in the European Commission's programmes and through commercial links with each other.Available with paid subscription only.
Represents the views of members to the European Commission and influences the development and organization of new programmes. Disseminates information and organizes regular seminars.
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Members in 18 countries
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- Business Enterprises
- Informatics, Classification
UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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