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Technogroup’s acquisition of the Polish system maintenance provider marks a further advancement of its internationalization and growth.
Technogroup IT-Service GmbH, the third-party maintenance (TPM) market leader in the Germany‑Austria‑Switzerland region, has acquired the Polish TPM provider CPU Service Spółka z o.o. “This acquisition marks a further advancement of our company’s internationalization efforts,” proclaimed Technogroup’s CEO Dr. Ralf Dingeldein. “Poland has now joined Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Benelux on the list of countries where we provide our services to customers directly.”
Technogroup maintains approximately 100,000 systems and provides its roughly 4,700 customers with high‑quality services and flexible solutions by way of access to a network of more than 50 service centers and 18 strategic logistics hubs. Founded in 1990, the company has demonstrated a robust growth track. In addition to the conventional maintenance services it provides, a large number of companies rely on Technogroup as a central point of contact to consult on all datacenter matters encompassing system configuration, installation, monitoring, upgrading, migration, and disposal.
Established in 1991, CPU Service maintains its headquarters in Warsaw and operates a branch location near the Silesia region’s capital city of Katowice. CPU Service’s 16 employees perform services throughout Poland while partner companies are utilized for the purpose of serving customers in neighboring countries. The company’s clientele includes renowned corporations and organizations of various sizes from a wide range of industries.
The two companies proudly look back on many years of successful partnership. CPU Service’s CEO Arkadiusz Maryniak is pleased to have now joined Technogroup and become part of a TPM market leader, emphasizing that “together we aim to expand beyond the borders of Poland into the growing Eastern European market in order to ensure an even closer proximity to our customers.”
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