Asseco Poland

Israeli business continues to drive growth of revenues and backlog

31/03/20 -"In 9M 19, Formula Systems continued to drive ACP’s growth, while the Polish business was negatively affected by a high base last year and the decision to abandon sales of IT infrastructure. "

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