Asseco Data Systems is founded to become one of the largest IT players in Poland
The Management Board of Asseco Poland decided to establish the company of Asseco Data Systems S.A. (ADS). It will be created by combining 6 Polish subsidiaries of Asseco Group, namely ADH-Soft Sp. z o.o., CK Zeto Łódź S.A., Combidata Poland Sp. z o.o., Z.U.I Otago Sp. z o.o., PI Zeto Bydgoszcz S.A., and Unizeto Technologies S.A. Asseco Data Systems will be a provider of IT products and services based on proprietary and third-party software and ICT infrastructure. The company’s business will focus on enterprises and government organizations operating in local markets.
Asseco Data Systems will combine strong expertise and many years of experience of all of its constituent companies. It is going to offer IT solutions and software for local administration and enterprises. ADS will also provide dedicated IT systems for customers on the national level, such as leasing companies and financial institutions. Moreover, it will be the largest electronic signature center operating in Poland. The company’s operations will furthermore include the management of electronic documents as well as mass print-out and e mailing services. It will become a leading provider of training services and web-based platforms for human capital management and e-learning. Finally, ADS will also manage modern data processing centers.
“This company will combine unique expertise of nearly a thousand of IT experts and specialists,” said Andrzej Dopierała, CEO of Asseco Data Systems S.A. “Hence, we will be able to become a reliable partner in the creation, development and maintenance of IT systems and infrastructure,” he added.
The main purpose of establishing Asseco Data Systems is to create better opportunities for business growth for its constituent companies by working together. This will allow us to gain bigger contracts and raise additional capital to finance our investments. The company will also benefit from the significant potential resulting from Asseco’s brand awareness and well-established market position. The large scale operations of ADS will also translate into its stronger standing within the whole Asseco Group. The company will be engaged in close cooperation with the Infrastructure Division of Asseco Poland (being managed by Andrzej Dopierała), and it will also create joint offers with other subsidiaries of the Group, including Asseco Business Solutions which specializes in ERP systems. The offering of ADS will also include several products with potential for international distribution that can be accomplished with the assistance of Asseco’s foreign operations.
“The establishing of ADS will bring measurable benefits to our existing and prospective clients that will have access to a broader portfolio of innovative and competitive products, services and solutions,” commented Andrzej Dopierała. “With greater potential, extensive know-how and a very good knowledge of the customer needs, our company will be able to become an even better partner to work with,” he added.
ADS will commence its operating activities at the beginning of 2016, in ten locations spread across Poland. The company’s organizational structure will be based on business units that will be responsible for specific products, services or clients. This will allow for the efficient and orderly distribution of tasks, and will contribute to a high level of customer service.