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Warsaw Stock Exchange, MCI Management and New Europe Events jointly co-organised on February 27, 2008 the conference for innovative technology, new media and telco entrepreneurs, ICT executives, local and regional VC’s and angel investors as well as media people and industry opinion leaders.

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Comarch has signed an agreement to acquire 50.15% of the shares in the Frankfurt-listed company SoftM Software und Beratung AG of Munich, which is the nineteenth biggest player on the German software production market.

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Research conducted by Equaterra shows that there is a growing interest in business outsourcing services.

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Comarch concluded the last phase of a WiMAX project at Promonte, the prime GSM mobile service provider in Montenegro.

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The Management Board of Sygnity S.A. with its corporate seat in Warsaw (“Company”, Sygnity S.A.”), hereby reports of its intention to merge with Aram Sp. z o.o. subsidiary with its corporate seat in Warsaw (“Aram”, “Aram Sp. z o.o.”), in which it owns 100% of shares, and of starting the appropriate procedures required by the law.

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Asseco Poland SA signed with The Coal Compaign (pl: Kompania Weglowa) a contract for the implementation of the system of conducting numerical model of deposit.

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Software Mind SA is the only Polish company employing two specialists who have acquired the title of Microsoft MVP – Most Valuable Professional.

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Software Mind S.A. has completed the Analysis phase of a SIS (Sales Information System) project, executed for Telefonia Dialog S.A.

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According to a ranking describing BPO connected investment inflow tendencies prepared by Outsource Sri Lanka, Poland stands out in the CEE region.

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BPO directed investment inflow tendencies show that Poland is a hot spot for outsourcing investment activities in the CEE region, reports Polish Paiz.

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