Albanian Software Cluster


The Albanian Software Cluster is a non profit organization established on November 22nd, 2010 in Tirana. ASC was created to answer the demand of national and international enterprises. The cluster is composed of twelve members that operate in the field of Information Technology, Software, Information Consultancy Services, Business Applications Solutions, Training and Education etc.
ASC represents the interests of companies that are primarily focused on software development in the Information Technology sector in Albania. The cluster aims to unite and organize the companies operating in the Information Technology and Software sector including academic and research institutions; encourage and support activities in the Information Technology and Software sector through a systematic development, in collaboration and mutual understanding between the companies; develop short and long term programs/strategies for further structuring and strengthening the sector of Information Technology and Software in particular.

The main objectives of ASC include:
• The promotion of competition and export in international markets of the Albanian software industry;

• Joint marketing and improved cooperation between member companies and / or non member companies and the promotion of the Albanian software industry through collaboration;
• Improvement of cooperation between member companies and university research institutions;
• The organization of technical and managerial trainings.
• Representation of the members' interests at local and central public institutions, administration and public entities.

Contact Persons:
Betim Cico, Chairman of the Executive Council

Parid Cico, Cluster Manager

Further contact details are provided below.

  • Cluster/Incubator/Innovation Infrastructure
Contact details
Address:Polytechnic University of Tirana, Bld. "Deshmoret e Kombit", Sheshi "Nene Tereza", Nr. 4 Tirana
Geographical focus
  • Albania
Scientifc field / Thematic focus
  • Engineering and Technology

Entry created by Marko Groboljsek on April 20, 2012
Modified on April 20, 2012