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Ericpol is now part of Ericsson

Ericpol joins ABSL

4 October 2012

Ericpol has joined the Association of Business Service Leaders, an organization representing the sector of modern business services in Poland. As a member of the organization, Ericpol will be exchange knowledge and experience with suppliers of IT outsourcing and business processes services, as well as R&D centres.

ABSL is an organization which acts for the improvement of legal regulations, which recommends trends in education development and which supports entrepreneurship and modern business practices. For this purpose it cooperates with political, local government and business representatives. The ABSL’s mission is strengthening the position of the Polish modern business services sector and increasing the attractiveness of Poland as a leading European location for outsourcing and offshoring projects.

Currently, ABSL has over 50 members – foreign and Polish investors – including Arvato Services, Capgemini, Carlsberg, Ernst & Young, Geoban, Google, HAYS, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Infosys, Jones Lang LaSalle, MAN, Procter & Gamble, Shell, Sony, Thomson Reuters, UBS and Xerox.

Ericpol Sp. z o.o. is an engineering company which has been operating in the international ICT market for 20 years. It provides outsourcing and consultancy services. It also delivers dedicated solutions in the area of telecommunications, M2M (machine to machine) communication, UX (user experience), applications for the medical sector, finances, and banking as well as solutions for business. It has 3 offices in Poland and 3 manufacturing facilities in Belarus, Ukraine and Sweden, which together form the Ericpol Group and employ a total of 1,700 people.

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