Locked content Sii Poland to increase employment by 400 this year 

IT and engineering services and solutions provider Sii Poland is planning to enlarge its team by nearly 400 professionals this year, the company said. It currently employs 2,700 experts in eight branches in Poland. “The fastest growing markets in IT in the past year proved to be in Warsaw, Gda...

Locked content Synektik aiming for 30-40% growth by 2021 

IT company Synektik has revealed its strategy for 2017-2021, which targets an average annual revenue growth of 30-40 percent and a three-fourfold increase in the EBITDA margin at the end of the financial year 2020/2021 compared to the average of 8 percent in 2014-2016, the company said. Synektik’s d...

A school for machines

Nowadays, machine learning seems to be the go-to solution for all non-trivial problems in the digital world. You want to target a new customer segment with an online ad campaign? You need to forecast demand for a new product? Or maybe you are looking for a way to increase sales by providing personal...

Overwhelmed by information

In March of 2016, the number of web pages reached 1 billion. The growth rate of the amount of surrounding knowledge continues to outpace all past projection. Yet, the rate at which we absorb information hasn’t changed. Can machines help us with this information overload?

What’s blocking the cloud?

While Polish firms produce some of the best cloud-based apps, the country’s own SMEs are reluctant to adopt cloud solutions. Customization costs, legacy software, and regulations are some of the factors that are preventing cloud solutions from spreading in Poland

Locked content Asseco gets a PLN 41.2 mln contract from ZUS

A unit of Eastern Europe’s largest software producer Asseco, Dahliamatic, along with Enegeve signed a contract with the Polish Social Insurance Board (ZUS) for software support and servicing, the companies announced in a statement. The value of the agreement amounts to PLN 41.2 million (gross)...

Locked content Ryanair opens Travel Labs in Poland

Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair announced it will open a modern IT center in Wrocław, which will be located at Nicolas Business Center and to be lead by Travel Labs Polska. Ryanair is going to employ 120 IT experts in the Wrocław center, the airline told the media. The recruitment open day is set for...

Locked content Netcompany enters Poland

Danish critical business IT solutions provider Netcompany has opened an office in Poland, its first foreign base, Puls Biznesu daily reported.” This is only the beginning. We are interested in entering markets neighboring Denmark,” André Rogaczewski, CEO at Netcompany told the daily. The...

Locked content Ryanair to hire in Wrocław

Ryanair is going to employ 120 IT experts in Wrocław, the airline told the media. The Irish carrier is planning to open so called Travel Labs in May, where the new staff will be in charge of  development of the firm’s website. Ryanair is close to finalizing the contract regarding location. Wro...

Locked content LiveChat wins GetRank ranking

Polish company LiveChat, a producer of client-relations software was named the best in “Customer Service & Support Software” category of GetRank ranking compiled by GetApp.com. LiveChat produces a chat-type interface which allows customers to get advice or sales contact through a cha...