Warsaw exchange. Sector: Technology. Industry: Software—Application. Location Poland, Warsaw.

Asseco South Eastern Europe S.A. [ASE.WAPoland

44.9USD0.9 (+2.00%)

• At close Wed Oct 05 2022

461,418,398 USD
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About Asseco South Eastern Europe S.A.

Asseco South Eastern Europe S.A., together with its subsidiaries, engages in the sale of its own and third-party software. The company operates through Banking Solutions, Payment Solutions, and Dedicated Solutions segments. It offers banking solutions, including omnichannel solutions; integrated core banking systems; authentication security solutions; reporting systems for regulatory compliance and managerial information; and risk management and anti-fraud systems, as well as provides consultancy services in the area of digital and electronic banking, and digital transformation. The company also provides payment industry solutions for financial and non-financial institutions, including e-commerce, mobile payments, payment card processing, as well as ATM and POS terminal related services. In addition, it provides services to utilities, telecommunications, government, banking, and finance sectors, including business process management, customer service and sales support platform, data registers, smart city, AI and Machine Learning, e-Tax, border control, authentication, dedicated solutions, and BI and ERP. Further, the company offers proprietary solutions and integration services; LeaseFlex, a lease and asset lifecycle management solution; and FinanceFlex. It serves in Central Europe, South Eastern Europe, Iberian Peninsula, Turkey, Colombia, Peru, and the Dominican Republic. The company was incorporated in 2007 and is headquartered in Warsaw, Poland. Asseco South Eastern Europe S.A. operates as a subsidiary of Asseco International a.s.


Asseco South Eastern Europe S.A.
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