Asseco South Eastern Europe (Asseco SEE) has been ranked 17th out of the 400 companies listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange for the most competent management board and CEO in 2011. The evaluation was done by Puls Biznesu, Poland’s leading business and financial daily newspape,r in cooperation with Pentor – one of largest independant Polish research institutes. This is one of the prestigious rankings in which the companies listed on the WSE are evaluated in a clear and detailed manner based on an anonymous vote, this time by 180 analysts and consultats.
Puls Biznesu (Business’ Pulse) is a Polish language daily newspaper devoted to business and economic issues. It is published by Bonnier Business (Polska) company, a Polish branch of the Swedish Bonnier Group. The newspaper features daily thematic add-ons: Real estate (published on Tuesdays), Business and Technology (Wednesdays), Transport and Forwarding (Thursdays) and Job and Career (Fridays). The newspaper also owns a web portal intended for stock market investors.
TNS Pentor is the one of the leading market research agencies in Poland, specialising in ad hoc research.
The management board of Asseco South Eastern Europe, presided by Mr. Piotr Jelenski, is consisted of the Asseco SEE directors from Croatia, Romania, Serbia, Turkey and Poland. Asseco South Eastern Europe has been listed on the WSE since 2009.
Asseco SEE has had a very long-time partnership with IBM which started in 1990, when SCOP (Net Consulting since 1994, later acquired by Asseco Group in 2007) became one of the first IBM resellers in Romania. Partnership has been continuing successfully over the years. Asseco SEE has the status of “IBM Business Partner” with competences and professional certifications, some recently received.
Asseco SEE group is one of the largest IT companies in the area of production and implementation of its own software solutions and services in the region of South Eastern Europe. The Company provides ICT solutions for various industry verticals including the financial sector, public administration and telecoms. Since October 2009, the shares of Asseco South Eastern Europe (Asseco SEE) have been listed on the Warsaw stock exchange. Asseco SEE group employs over 1,200 people in 12 countries.
More than 10 banks out of the 15 largest ones in southeastern Europe are already clients of Asseco SEE.