Ericpol among the leading Polish exporters
9 December 2013
Ericpol has been awarded “Sława Polski” and “Dobra Firma 2013” in the poll prepared by the Ministry of Economy and Rzeczpospolita. The awards ceremony was held on 02 December in the “Pod Kopułą” Room in the Ministry of Economy in Warsaw.
Ericpol was awarded “Sława Polski”, a distinction for leading Polish exporters, and a special prize for being the largest exporter in the IT industry. “We are glad that so many companies present their offer in foreign markets. The credit for the fact that our country has coped with the crisis so well goes mainly to these companies,” commented Janusz Piechociński, Deputy PM.
Ericpol was also counted among the prestigious twenty companies awarded the title “Dobra Firma 2013”, namely the best-developing and the most innovative undertakings out of the list of 2000 Polish companies prepared by “Rzeczpospolita”.
The winners of the polls were selected by the jury chaired by Janusz Piechociński, Deputy PM and Minister of Economy, and composed of science and business authorities, including Andrzej Sadowski, Vice-President of the Adam Smith Centre, Dariusz Poniewierka, President of KUKE, Marian Goryń, President of the Poznań University of Economics, and Jarosław Bełdowski, Vice-President of BGK.
The award ceremony was preceded with a discussion panel entitled “The role of foreign expansion in the development of the competitiveness of Polish companies”, with the participation of Ilona Antoniszyn-Klik, Undersecretary of State in the Ministry of Economy, Prof. Witold Orłowski, Chief Economist in PwC, and Zbigniew Jagiełło, President of PKO BP.
Ericpol Sp. z o.o. is an engineering company which has been operating in the international ICT market since 1991. It renders outsourcing and consulting services and provides dedicated solutions in the areas of telecommunications, M2M (machine to machine) communication, and UX (user experience) as well as applications for the medical, financial, and banking sectors and solutions for business. Ericpol has three offices in Poland and three subsidiaries, in Belarus, Ukraine, and Sweden, which together form the Ericpol Group and employ a total of 1,700 workers.