Asseco Poland S.A. is the largest IT company listed on Warsaw stock exchange. It is also a major player in the European software producers market. The Asseco Group, with an income of EUR 430 million earned through proprietary software and services was ranked 8 of the „TOP100 European Software Vendors” (published by Truffle Capital) for the year 2009.
Asseco Poland S.A. specializes in the production and development of software and as the largest software house with Polish capital is proud to successfully compete with the worldwide market leaders. It is one of the few Polish companies to develop and implement centralized and comprehensive IT systems for the banking sector utilized by over half the banks in Poland. Our portfolio includes advanced solutions for insurance institutions that have been implemented in major companies in this sector and dedicated public administration systems created for the Social Insurance Institution (ZUS) and the Ministry of the Interior and Administration (MSWiA).
Following the merger with ABG, in early January 2010 Asseco Poland S.A. has entered a number of new markets. From now on our proposal is also designated for the power and telecommunication sectors, health services, local administration, agriculture, uniformed services and international organizations and institutions such as NATO or the EU.
Asseco Poland S.A. is leading the way by building the international Asseco Group, which brings together profitable European IT companies. Having achieved the position of leader in Poland, Asseco Poland S.A. is consistently building holdings that operate in various regions of Europe.
› Asseco Central Europe (Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary)
› Asseco South Eastern Europe (the Balkans)
› Asseco DACH (Germany, Austria and Switzerland)
› Asseco South Western Europe (France, Italy, Spain and Portugal)
› Asseco Northern Europe (Scandinavia and the Baltic states)
The most recent plans provide for the establishment of Asseco Western Europe to cover the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Belgium and Asseco Eastern Europe to operate in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus.
As of January 2010 the Asseco Group employed over 8500 people, including approximately 5000 specialists in Poland.