Polish Firm Wins First Serious Public Tender From EU Nation
Marketing and Consulting Service International Sp. z o.o. (MCSI), a small Warsaw-based IT company, has won a tender to provide public offices in Wales with computer equipment, Puls Biznesu (Business Pulse) reported.
The IT tender includes the provision of computer equipment to approximately 200 offices, schools and police departments in the country. The equipment, which includes 22,500 personal computers, will be produced in Poland at a cost equivalent to 7 mln British pounds.
According to Puls Biznesu MCSI employs 40 people and in 2006 had an income of 100 mln złoty, with a 4 mln złoty profit. The company hopes to double its income this year and to enter the Warsaw Stock Exchange within the next two years.
This is the first time that a Polish company has won a serious public tender from an EU nation. MCSI hopes to receive similar orders from Germany, Austria and Switzerland. MCSI offers a wide range of IT services, from counseling to project realization. The company has been active on the IT and telecommunications market since 1996.