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ATM Systemy Informatyczne S.A. to build a data centre for Getin Noble Bank S.A.

ATM Systemy Informatyczne S.A. signed a contract with one of the most dynamically developing financial institutions in Poland – Getin Noble Bank S.A.

The subject matter of the contract is the creation of a server room in Katowice. The contracted works include the delivery of materials and equipment as well as the provision of adaptation, assembly and installation services. The completion of the investment is scheduled for the first quarter of 2012.

Getin Noble Bank S.A. is Poland’s largest nationwide bank created entirely with Polish private capital. Products of Getin Noble Bank are available in over 500 own and franchised branches of the Bank, as well as in a wide network of intermediaries.

ATM Systemy Informatyczne S.A. (ATM SI) is a company with a tradition reaching back to 1988. It provides ICT solutions for companies and institutions. It specializes in three fields: web and ICT security, highly efficient computing systems, and ICT infrastructure, especially for data centres. It is a leader on the market of guaranteed power supply systems. It manufactures and implements its own unique system for managing services in operating networks. It cooperates with a number of global providers – leaders of ICT technologies such as Cisco, HP, Microsoft, Oracle, IBM, SGI, EMC or Dell.
The company offers IT outsourcing services, also in the model of cloud computing, as well as consultancy and implementation services in the field of business continuity management. The wide range of professional services is provided on the basis of a set of ITIL best practices and in accordance with ISO standards.
ATM Systemy Informatyczne S.A. directs its offer to clients operating in all sectors of the market, concentrating on supporting state administration offices, telecommunications operators, financial institutions and academic supercomputer centres.


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