17 Dec Asseco joins the Digital Poland Association
Asseco, an IT leader in Poland, is starting cooperation with the Digital Poland Association. The parties want to jointly popularize digital solutions and build awareness about the opportunities offered by modern technologies in business.
Joining the Digital Poland Association is primarily a continuation of Asseco’s activities in the area of broad approach to digitization and paperless processes. As a leader in digitization in Poland we want to take an active part in activities aimed at popularizing digital solutions and educating the market about the possibilities of using technology in business. I am convinced that joint action for various areas of the economy will benefit us all and allow us to take advantage of the opportunities offered by digital solutions to an even greater extent – says Artur Miękina, Sales Director of Key Projects, Asseco Data Systems.
The President of Digital Poland, Michał Kanownik, points out that today the digitization and development of paperless processes is one of the most important challenges facing not only Polish business but also administration. – The development of e-services must be accompanied by raising competence and awareness. Especially given the fact that e-services are not only solutions for companies. It is also a great convenience for most citizens and public administration – says Michał Kanownik. And he adds: – I hope that together we will be able to support the popularization of such solutions, which increase cyber security. And paperless or e-signature are undoubtedly one of them.
Asseco is the largest IT company in Poland and the region of Central and Eastern Europe. For nearly 30 years, it has been developing technologically advanced software for companies from key sectors of the economy. The company is present in 60 countries around the world and employs about 27,000 people. It develops both organically and through acquisitions – since 2004 it has made nearly 90 of them. Asseco’s companies are listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE), NASDAQ and the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.