IT firm Asseco Poland signs 2 deals with Social Security Board ZUS.

By bne IntelliNews October 11, 2010
CEE's biggest IT group Asseco Poland has signed a new 3-year agreement with the Social Security Board (ZUS) worth of PLN 403.2mn (EUR 101.1mn) net, the firm has announced. In June, Asseco Poland's spokesperson Katarzyna Drewnowska told the ISB newswires that the news deal could be signed by Oct 10, i.e. before the former contract expired. Simultaneously, Asseco and ZUS signed another contract, worth of PLN 249.20mn (EUR 62.5mn), which means that the deals signed by the sides in the last 12 months has totaled PLN 652.35mn (EUR 163.6mn). The accord, signed by Prokom Software - later taken over by Asseco Poland - was worth of around PLN 3bn in the last 13 years. ISB

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