Asseco purchases Czech software firm

It is one of the biggest software firms in the region.

Asseco Central Europe and TurboConsult sign a strategic partnership deal on December 17, 2019Asseco Central Europe and TurboConsult sign a strategic partnership deal on December 17, 2019 (Source: Asseco CE)

The software company Asseco Central Europe, one of the biggest players on the market in the region, is continuing to expand.

It has acquired the Czech software firm TurboConsult, which targets its software business at financial and banking institutions. Asseco CE, which has its base in Slovakia, has been focusing on the same sector for some time.

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“Thanks to our partnership with TurboConsult, we have strengthened our position as a leader in providing software services to the banking sector,” Asseco CE chief executive Jozef Klein said, as quoted in the press release.

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