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Prime Force establishes first office in Poland

03-21-2012 04:48 AM CET | IT, New Media & Software

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The IT service provider Prime Force founds a new branch in Poland. Following offices in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Denmark, the first Eastern European office is now established.

The Polish economic growth is immaculate in the crisis-ridden Europe; with Poland avoiding as only EU member the slide into recession. The Polish growth during the last decade comes to a mean of +3.8% (2000-2011) and is estimated about +2.5% in 2012. That is the highest value throughout the EU, higher values in Europe are only expected for Norway and Turkey.

The Polish IT-market is the second largest in Central- and Eastern Europe behind Russia. Thomas Pesendorfer, CTO of the Prime Force Group, regards these "as some good reasons to become involved in Poland“. He expects that “the market for IT services in Poland will grow about 7 to 10% in 2012“, and adds: “Prime Force reckons to also continue their course for growth in Poland.“

Michał Malczewski will take charge of the office in Warsaw. The native Pole has experience in international projects and explains the commercial focus of the subsidiary as following: “The office in Warsaw will focus on Enterprise Content Management and take care of clients in Poland as well as in other European countries.“

New address:
Prime Force sp. z o.o.
ul. Noakowskiego 16/39
PL-00-666 Warszawa

About us

Prime Force is a system integrator and international consulting company which mainly attend projects in the area of Enterprise Content Management (ECM). The consultants of Prime Force support clients from the most diverse industries, e.g. banks, insurance, energy service or car companies. The agency has establishments in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Denmark and Poland.
www.prime-force.com

Personal data

Michał Malczewski lives and works in Warsaw. He studied at the Polish Japanese Institute of Information Technology (PJIIT). He was the first student of the private founded university to receive a scholarship by the Polish Ministry of Education. Besides his engagement in international projects he worked as university lecturer. Today, his main focus lies on Enterprise Content Management Projects which are based upon the technology of EMC Documentum.

Prime Force GmbH
Potsdamer Platz 10
D-10785 Berlin

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