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IBM Expanding in Poland
November 5, 2008 By A.R.    
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American IT corporation IBM plans to open a new "excellence center" in the Polish coastal city of Gdańsk in November. The center will ultimately employ 100 consultants specializing in Systems Applications and Products in Data Processing (SAP) and Chordiant technologies for small- and medium-sized companies.

In another project in Poland, IBM plans to start construction work on a "business resilience center" in Warsaw as part of the corporation's $300 million global investment program.

In July this year, IBM launched its SOA (Service-Oriented Architecture) Middleware Excellence Center in Warsaw. Today the center has a staff of about 30.

At the end of September, IBM helped launch an IT research laboratory at the Gdańsk University of Technology (PG) in a joint project with the university's Department of Management and Economics, and the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. The lab will ultimately be converted into a Center of Advanced Studies to work with IBM's R&D laboratories worldwide.

IBM has also launched a development and maintenance center in Warsaw for small- and medium-sized companies. The center relies on a team of 40 consultants working to develop solutions based on IBM products and all-in-one SAP technologies.

In yet another expansion drive, IBM's Software Solutions Laboratory in Cracow in southern Poland plans to take on 100 new IT experts to add to the current staff of around 280.
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