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T-Mobile to deploy cloud services in Poland

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The Polish arm of operator group T-Mobile has deployed software to allow it to offer cloud services.

The operator implemented elements of IT products and services firm Comarch’s Cloud Marketplace offering, a module which integrates the operator’s own services with third party services and offer them online.

The firm also implemented a self-service portal with a mobile application and a package of specialised modules of Comarch’s BSS solution, including a central product catalogue and an authorization system.

“Companies already know that the cloud is not a technological revolution, but an evolution in using computer software. At the moment, over 28,000 of our clients are using cloud services. Cloud-based products have been a part of our offer for 12 years now, but in 2012 the sales of these solutions increased by over 30 per cent in comparison with the previous year,” said Zbigniew Rymarczyk, VP and director of the ERP business unit.

Rymarczyk added that companies are more willing to buy cloud services because they can benefit from the using cutting edge IT software without having to make large investments; the barriers to entry and to exit are low.

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