Asseco strengthens its competence in the public administration sector

On July 1, 2020, SKG, a member of the Asseco Group, was incorporated into the structures of Asseco Poland. The combined experience and potential of both companies will translate into enhanced competence in the area of IT solutions for the public finance sector as well as the handling of customs, transport and forwarding processes.

SKG joined the Asseco Group in 2012. It has over 30 years of experience in the development of dedicated IT systems supporting customs processes, retail trade, transport and forwarding. The company has completed numerous projects for the Polish Customs Service, for which it has developed and implemented systems for declarations handling, export control, intra-EU trade statistics, and customs and tax settlements. SKG has also implemented and is carrying out projects for the customs administration of Slovakia, Bulgaria and Lithuania.

I am convinced that the combined competence of SKG and Asseco Poland will enable even better execution of projects for central offices and business. Joint teams will give more value to our clients. It is also an important step in building Asseco's position as a European IT leader
in the area of customs and taxes - said Piotr Sitek, Director of the Government Administration Division at Asseco Poland.

SKG's existing clients include over a dozen Polish central offices, regional government and local government administration bodies, as well as private companies from the pharmaceutical, financial and insurance, energy, fuel, retail, transport and food sectors, among others.

The merger between SKG and Asseco Poland was effected by a take-over pursuant to article 492 § 1 item 1 of the Polish Commercial Companies Code and transfer of all the assets of SKG to Asseco. Following the merger, SKG was dissolved without liquidation.