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Two more well-known European IT players expand through acquisitions of Polish IT companies

May 25, 2022

Inetum, IT services company providing digital services and solutions, announced a take-over of the Polish IT company JCommerce. The Inetum solutions are used by entities in 24 countries, with the key markets in the United Kingdom, Britain, Switzerland, Germany, Scandinavia, and Poland as well. Belonging to the global Inetum Group, the company achieved revenues of PLN 100 million in 2021. The acquisition allows the group to reinforce its position on Poland’s offshore market.

JCommerce is a Polish IT company specializing in technology consulting, designing IT transformation strategies, and software testing. With over 300 employees and revenue of 17 million euros in 2021, it has become a partner in the digital transformation of large clients from the financial services, trade, and healthcare sectors.

“Thanks to the trust and commitment of Inetum’s teams, we are able to offer our existing clients exceptional access to the most advanced technological solutions, and for our employees, a promising career in one of the most dynamic groups in its market.” Says Piotr Zyguła, General Manager at JCommerce.


At the same time, the largest SAP implementation partner in the German-speaking area, All for One Group SE, announced the acquisition of a majority stake of shares in SNP Poland. SNP Poland is the leading provider of SAP services with a team of more than 400 employees. The acquisition aims to strengthen the development strategy, especially in the field of SAP S/4HANA transformation and large international projects. SNP Poland’s revenues amounted to around EUR 13 million and EBIT of EUR 1,0 million.

“With its team of more than 400 colleagues, SNP Poland is hugely powerful when it comes to implementing the technical side of SAP S/4HANA conversions. (…)SNP Poland can contribute years of experience to this international environment.” explains Lars Landwehrkamp, CEO of All for One Group.


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