Locked content Luxoft launches office in Gdańsk

The Polish subsidiary of global IT outsourcing services firm Luxoft has opened an office in Gdańsk and is planning to continue increasing employment. Luxoft also has branches in Kraków and Wrocław. At the moment, Luxoft employs 1,500 professionals in Poland, by March 2017, it is going to employ a fe...

Locked content Deloitte: Polish firms earmark 19% of IT budgets on innovation

Around the world, 16 percent of current budgets is spent on innovation and business development. In Poland, spending on innovation represents 19 percent of IT budgets, Deloitte reported. “Companies based in our country are also increasing IT spending on business development, which accounts for...

Locked content Cisco opens Security Operations Center in Poland

American IT company Cisco has launched its third Security Operations Center, in Poland, the company informed. The other two centers are located in the US and Japan. The center is a part of Cisco Global Services Center located in Kraków.  Cisco has been present in Poland since 1995. The Global Suppor...

Locked content Sygnity lands over €16 mln deal

Polish IT company Sygnity has signed a contract with Poland’s largest lender by assets PKO Bank Polski valued at nearly €16.6 million, the firm reported. The deal, in line with which, Sygnity will provide the lender with software, is valid until September 30, 2018. Sygnity recorded over PLN 50...

Locked content BIMobject launches unit in Poland

Swedish IT company BIMobject, has established its subsidiary in Poland, which will be based in Gliwice. The Polish arm will be a firm base for sales, content management and R&D (Research & Development), the company reported. “BIMobject sees the Polish market as an important strategic a...

Locked content Asseco to sell its German subsidiary

Rzeszów-based IT company Asseco is planning to sell its German subsidiary, Matrix42, to its managers alongside private equity fund Emeram Capital Partners, Puls Biznesu daily reported. According to the daily, the value of the transaction has not been disclosed, however, it has to be noted that Assec...

Locked content Poles buy up to 1,500 All-in-One PCs a month

According to PC manufacturer Asus, Poles buy between 1,000 and 1,500 All-in-One (AiO) computers a month. In the first half of the year, the sale of such computers grew by 18 percent y/y and the market may grow by another two percentage points by the end of the year. “Asus has noticed a marked ...

Locked content PiLab raises PLN 20 mln and eyes US

Polish IT company PiLab has raised PLN 21.15 million through issuing 470,000 shares and is preparing for the expansion in the US, ISBnews reported. The IT firm has been in talks with the American banking and telecommunications sector, as well as with financial institutions in order to introduce its ...

Also and Wortmann enter Poland

Swiss IT giant Also has acquired PC Factory, a Polish consumer electronics and ICT equipment distributor, for an undisclosed sum, Puls Biznesu announced.

Locked content Comarch sets partnership with Thomas Cook

Polish IT service provider Comarch has signed a deal with the world’s third largest tourism company Thomas Cook, Puls Biznesu daily reported. The value of the contract is unknown. Comarch will supply resource augmentation services as well as support the transition of Data Centers and daily ope...