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Anna Záhorčáková

DITEC, Sales Director and Ambassador for Women in IT

Anna Záhorčáková has been working at DITEC since 2010. For the last seven years she has held the position of Sales Director. Her task is to develop business and marketing activities of the company. She has been working in the field of information technology since 1986, after graduating in Automated Management Systems at the Faculty of Economics and Management of the Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra, she took up the position of analyst-programmer. Currently, she is the chairman of the board of directors of the joint stock company D. Trust Certification Authority, engaged in providing accredited certification services (issuing qualified certificates and time stamps). Business cases that have propelled her forward both career-wise and humanly include the Financial Administration Portal and the Central Electronic Folder (Single Window). Interested in women's issues in the world at large, for the past three years she has hosted EqualIT, an interdisciplinary conference that aims to inspire women to pursue careers even in a world that is stereotypically male-dominated. It also sees its mission as helping girls and young women interested in studying or pursuing a career in IT. She is actively involved in several projects with this goal, collaborates with several associations and organizations dedicated to this field, and acts as an ambassador for women in IT.

  • DISCUSSION "Women in IT"   |   Jesenná ITAPA 2023
  • What is the digital future for women?   |   Jesenná ITAPA 2023
  • DISCUSSION: Why do we need a functioning and competitive digital state?   |   Medzinárodný kongres ITAPA 2021: Ako sa stať najlepším?
    Discussions about leadership in any field lose their meaning if the functioning of the state, by its very nature, places obstacles and does not create an environment for the fulfillment of these ambitions. What does it mean in practice if we want Slovakia to be a world leader in something? In its current state, will the public sector support or hamper such efforts? Let us look at this through the eyes of those whose activities and business are significantly affected by the efficiency of state operation, rapid administration, availability of skilled labor and other areas, and answer the question of how the state and its digitization should go further, if Slovakia is really to play a leading role in something.

    Speakers: Veronika Remišová (Deputy Prime Minister of investments, regional development and informatization of the Slovak Republic), Ronald Blaško (AmCham), Radoslav Danilák (Tachyum), Mário Lelovský (Republican Union of Employers), Anna Záhorčáková (DITEC)

  • Women - an opportunity for IT   |   Medzinárodný kongres ITAPA 2020
    Not only in Slovakia, we are facing an acute shortage of skilled people who would be able to fill thousands of offered positions in IT. Still, headhunters can't attract enough women. There are nine male colleagues per lady in our sector, and the situation at universities is similar. There are several reasons. Prejudices and stereotypes, but also differences in the mentality of men and women. Why do women think they have to work for four to gain recognition in the male world? Is the excessive demands of women on themselves the reason why so few of us help to improve (not only) Slovak IT? What can we, as a society, do to prevent this opportunity from being missed?
  • Discussion   |   Medzinárodný kongres ITAPA 2020
    Discussion of invited guests:
    Mária Bieliková, Kempelenov inštitút
    Marcela Havrilová, Microsoft Slovakia
    Tomáš Jucha, MIRRI
    Ivan Láska, Trexima
    Mário Lelovský, ITAS
    Anna Záhorčáková, DITEC
  • Opportunities for women in IT   |   Medzinárodný kongres ITAPA 2019
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