TOP200: Ericpol – One of the leaders in the prestigious categories
8 July 2014
Ericpol, according to the results of the 23rd edition of Computerworld’s TOP200 report, is the biggest provider of solutions and services for telecommunications and IT, the second biggest provider of outsourcing services and the third biggest exporter of IT solutions.
Ericpol’s leading position in the most important categories has been reflected for many years in the company’s unchanging strong position in the Polish IT market. “We are extremely happy to have returned to the top 3 of the biggest exporters. Last year we were ranked 5th because the report also included distributors of hardware. This year, although the conditions have remained the same, we moved two places up which means that we are the biggest exporter among all service providers,” stressed Paweł Szczerkowski, Vice-President of the Board and CEO of Ericpol.
Computerworld’s TOP 200 report is the most comprehensive study devoted to the Polish ICT market. It offers detailed financial data, market information and comments by analysts.
Ericpol recorded the biggest leap (by 322 places) in a report by Gazeta Finansowa, which considers 1,000 of the biggest companies in Poland. This year the company was ranked 28th.
Ericpol Sp. z o.o. is an engineering company in operation on 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 IoT (Internet of Things) as well as applications for medical, financial, and banking sectors and solutions for business. Ericpol has 4 offices in Poland and 3 subsidiaries in Belarus, Ukraine and Sweden, which together form the Ericpol Group and employ a total of 1,900 people.
In the TOP200 report for 2013 Ericpol was ranked:
- 1st among companies with revenues from providing services for the telecommunications sector
- 2nd among the biggest IT companies providing outsourcing services
- 3rd among companies with revenues from exports