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In less than a year after announcing the regional integration of Asseco Czech Republic and Asseco Slovakia both companies have registered the uniform name of Asseco Central Europe, a.s. (Asseco CE) in their countries. Moreover, they have launched a new common website, www.asseco-ce.com, today.
These changes are a logical climax of the Asseco Czech Republic and Asseco Slovakia regional integration which was commenced in July of the last year. This is a consolidation of two companies with a similar profile in two different countries in a single common company named Asseco Central Europe. The name expresses the company?s strategy – to be a strong regional software centre for the region of Central Europe.
Jozef Klein, the Chairman of the Board of Directors, Asseco CE, comments: “Registering a uniform name of the companies in the Czech Republic and in Slovakia is a signal for both markets that we have successfully completed a stage of consolidation. We have extended the offer of products and services, strengthened collaboration in sales and we are starting to use synergic effects of consolidation. The result is new business achievements in both countries.”
Asseco CE has launched a new website at this occasion (www.asseco-ce.com) which enable to visually impaired people to display information and working with portal (meeting the blind-friendly criteria). The visitors can find there not only the business portfolio, references and business partners, but expert articles or information about the whole Asseco Group. The newly registered domain will obviously affect the format of e-mail addresses as well (email@example.com).
The company has recently consolidated its business activities. In November 2009 it acquired the remaining interests in Asseco Solutions registered in the Czech Republic (originally LCS International) and in December 2009 it entered the Hungarian market where it purchased Statlogics (70.04%). In April it acquired a 100% share in the Slovak MPI CONSULTING and signed a contract for 60% of shares in GlobeNet, one of the main players of the Hungarian healthcare IT industry.