Ericpol – Polish company in the forefront of global outsourcing

Ecripol, the largest exporter of the Polish ICT sector, was ranked among the top 100 outsourcing companies in the world, in the group referred to as the “Rising Stars”. The ranking was prepared by the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals® (IAOP®).

IAOP has announced the ranking of world’s top outsourcing and advisory companies, The Global Outsourcing 100®, for the sixth time. This year it was presented on 21 February, during the IAOP’s 2011 Outsourcing World Summit in Indian Wells, California. ‘

The companies included on the Global Outsourcing 100 list are proven leaders and rising stars of this business. They are companies you want to be partners with so that you can achieve success and better outsourcing results,’ said Michael Corbett, President of the IAOP.

The ranking is the basic source of knowledge and reference for global corporations seeking partners in the outsourcing sector. The list includes companies from all over the world that provide BPO, KPO and advisory services.

‘This is a great success for a Polish company,’ emphasises Jan Smela, President of the Management Board of Ericpol. ‘On the 20th anniversary of operation we find ourselves among 100 excellent companies from all over the world.

It is a great summary of Ericpol’s achievements so far and a result of the work of our engineers combined with tremendous trust of our clients who commission us with the development of their products, many of which are crucial for the development of their businesses. All of this takes place in a setting of global competition, which makes our success taste even sweeter’.

Every year, the The Global Outsourcing 100 list opens with the world’s largest companies employing over 100,000 people. The list is composed on the basis of a number of criteria. These include the financial result and its growth, the number of employees, locations where services have been offered, effectiveness of the management and references from clients.

‘This distinction strengthens the recognisability of our company as a solid partner specialising in advanced technologies. The title of a “Rising Star” of the The Global Outsourcing 100 ranking also definitely strengthens our position in the eyes of potential clients.

Ericpol operates development centres in Belarus and Ukraine, which means that by keeping quality standards at 99.9999% of software reliability, we can effectively compete with companies from the Far East and entire Europe,’ says Pawel Szczerkowski, Director General.

The stages of publishing The Global Outsourcing 100 ranking:

21 February: alphabetical presentation of all 100 companies included in this year’s report during the IAOP’s 2011 Outsourcing World Summit in Indian Wells, California.
23 May: publication of the ranking, with the places assigned, in the special add-on to the FORTUNE Magazine.

The Ericpol Telecom company (ericpol.com) was established in 1991 in Lodz. It is active in the R&D and KPO (Knowledge Process Outsourcing) sectors, offering engineering services for global providers of infrastructure and telecommunications operators. Ericpol operates production centres in Lodz, Cracow and Warsaw.

The Ericpol Group comprises subsidiary companies in Ukraine (Ericpol TZOV), Belarus (IOOO Ericpol Brest) and Sweden (Ericpol AB). The Group currently employs over 1,000 people. In the 20 years of operation, the company achieved a strong and stable position on the market of producers of custom software. Over 90% of Ericpol’s production goes to foreign markets. Company engineers have worked on 630 projects in 74 countries. The company’s customers are leading companies within the telecommunications infrastructure and automotive safety systems. Ericpol annually ranks first places in the national rankings in terms of trade: the greatest ICT exporter, the largest provider of telecommunications software. Promotional movie: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8DNnC4kWLc

The International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP) is a global organisation setting outsourcing standards. Like every year, The 2011 Global Outsourcing 100 list is based on the analysis of extensive applications submitted by the service providers. The evaluation is carried out by an independent judging panel organised by the IAOP.

The rankingsand over 80 sub-lists prepared according to specific criteria will be on sale on 9 May 2011 in a special advertising section to the FORTUNE 500 May 23 issue of the  magazine. Simultaneously, they will be made available on the IOAP website.

Source: Ericpol
TAGS: BPO, IAOP
 
 

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