Asseco Poland withdraws from CRM tender launched by power utility Enea.

By bne IntelliNews April 2, 2012
CEE's biggest software company Asseco Poland has withdrawn from a tender for the construction and implementation of an internet-based CRM system announced in December by Poland's third-biggest power utility Enea, according to Asseco's press release. The Polish Press Agency reports that the value of this contract is estimated at around PLN 60mn (EUR 15mn). Asseco Poland explains that the reason for the withdrawal is the lack of merits-based reply to its comments concerning the mode of offers' assessment and the alleged lack of transparency. "As a listed company, Asseco Poland cannot afford to participate in tender proceedings that include conditions that discriminate against all Polish software developers by means of making it impossible for them to file offers based on products developed in Poland," Asseco Poland's vice-president Pawel Piwowar was cited as saying in the release.
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