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The audit was conducted by DAS Polska, a Polish arm of DAS Certification which is an independent British certification company accredited by UKAS (United Kingdom Accreditation Service).

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Comarch, a leading global telecommunications solutions provider, led a presentation on “Following Market Changes and Regulations”, during the Carriers World Conference in London, United Kingdom on September 24th.

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Life insurance agency ‘Link 4 Life has decided to begin cooperation with Comarch in order to improve customer service on a continuous basis.

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Auchan Telecom, a member of Auchan France, has launched with success at the end of August a post-paid offer in France. The project is a continuation of the cooperation between Auchan and Comarch which started in 2006.

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Small and medium businesses (SMBs, or companies with up to 999 employees) in Russia and Poland are on track to spend about US$10 billion on ICT (IT and telecom) in 2008, up some 15% over 2007.

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Infovide-Matrix, the leader of consulting services market in Poland, with the market share of 20%.

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Following stronger than expected growth in 2007, the Polish IT market is expected to be among the region’s fastest growing IT markets over the next few years.

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Comarch, the worldwide supplier of innovative OSS, BSS and VAS solutions, has organized workshops in Germany from the 23rd – 26th of September, in order to present the newest solutions and products as well as the plans for the future.

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Optimus, an IT equipment producer and distributor, expects to achieve a net profit for the current year, according to a statement by Tomasz Lewandowski, the company’s president.

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S&T Poland is ensuring the smooth operation of IT equipment at the 478 organizational units of Poland’s national “State Forests” forestry enterprises.

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