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7.9%
is the ICT sector’s
share in Poland’s GDP
according to the
Central Statistical
Office. It is expected
to increase to 15%
over 10 years.
€15,73 billion
was the value of the Polish ICT market in 2013
(up by 0,3%) according to the European
Information Technology Observatory.
Poland was on 11th place in Europe regarding the
total ICT Market (after UK, Germany, France, Italy,
Russia, Spain, Netherlands, Switzerland,
Sweden and Belgium with Luxembourg).
1649
businesses were
operating in the
Polish ICT sector,
including 210
manufacturing firms
and 1439 service
firms.
177,400
people work in the
Polish ICT sector
(up by 1,9%).
€283.5 million
was the total
expenditure made by
ICT firms in Poland on
R&D in 2012 (up by
21.9%) according to
the Central Statistical
Office.
€8.9 billion
was the total value
of exports by Polish
ICT firms in 2012
(6.2% of all exports)
according to the
Central Statistical
Office. The largest
proportion is
accounted for by
personal electronic
equipment.
€10.61 billion
was the value of imports
of ICT solutions
into Poland in 2012
(6.9% of total imports).
The largest proportion of
imports is accounted for
by computers and
peripheral
devices.
4.56 million
computers and peripheral
devices were produced
in Poland in 2012
(4.96 million in 2011).
€1.4 billion
was the gross value of
investment in ICT
technology by firms in
2012.
€8.2 billion was the value of the Polish IT
market in 2013 according to IDC Poland (up by 3%).
6,6 billion was the value of the Polish IT market in
2013 according to EITO. Poland was on 14th place in
Europe regarding the IT Market (after UK, Germany,
France, Italy, Netherlands, Russia, Spain, Switzerland,
Sweden, Denmark, Belgium with Luxembourg,
Norway and Finland).
2.1%
was the IT market’s share
in Polish GDP in 2013.
0.8%
is the projected growth of
the Polish IT market in
2014.
€214
is the amount spent
on IT per capita
in Poland.
134 239
is the number of people
employed in the IT sector
in Poland (up by 4,8%).
1061
firms in Poland
offered IT services
(64% of all ICT firms)
according to the Central
Statistical Office.
€9.15 billion was the size of the Polish
telecommunications market in 2013 (down by 0,9%).
Poland was on 9th place in Europe regarding the
Telecom Market (after Germany, UK, France, Russia,
Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Switzerland).
2.3%
is the telecommunications
market’s share in Polish GDP
in 2013.
€238
is the amount spent
on telecommunications per
capita in Poland.
187
telecommunications firms
operate in Poland.
43,160
is the number
of people employed
in the telecommunications
sector in Poland
(down by 6%).
44%
of Poles use
smartphones
(33% in 2013).
At the end of 2014
will be 27 million
smartphones in
Poland.
2.0 million
is the number of tablets
in Poland in 2013;
the figure for 2014
may be as high
as 4.0
million.
470
is the amount
of direct investment
in Poland relating to the
building of service centres,
404 in 2012.
The Polish BPO/ITO
sector employs more than
128 000 people,
in 2015 it could be
170 000 people.
The main locations for
BPO/ITO centres are
Krakow, Warsaw,
Wrocław, the Gdańsk
conurbation, Lodz, the
Katowice conurbation,
and Poznan.
€725
gross is the average
minimum monthly salary
at BPO/ITO centres (for
Junior Accountant); the
maximum amount (for
Process Managers)
reaches €4275 gross.
Processes most frequently
handled by Polish service
centres are: financial and
accounting services (60%),
IT services (50%),
customer service (41%).
Largest sectors served
by service centres
in Poland are: financial (65%),
manufacturing (56%),
IT and telecommunications (38%),
consumer services (37%).
€1.08 billion
was the value of the Polish
Internet access market in
2013 (up by 3,7%).
€5.67 billion
was the size of the Polish
e-commerce market in
2013; in 2014 year the
figure may reach
€6,4 billion.
€540 million
will be the size
of the Internet
advertising market
in Poland
in 2014.
87.7%
is the level of saturation
of fixed-line
Internet access services,
while the figure
for mobile services is
30,8%.
11.9 million
Poles were Internet
service subscribers
in 2013 (up by 1.2 m).
87.7%
of Internet access
services were
provided by
broadband
connections
(over 2 Mb/s).
13 million
Poles do shopping
on the Internet
(up by 6,6%).
22,6%
Poles use the
Internet for matters
relating to
e-administration
(31,6% in 2012).
93.6%
of firms in Poland
have access
to the Internet.
90.4%
of firms use
the Internet
in communication
with administrative
offices.
23,7%
enterprises were
receiving or sending
e-invoices in 2013
(18,9% in 2012).
20%
of firms use CRM
systems, and 17.1%
use ERP systems.
1.68 million
people are studying
at Polish universities
and colleges.
25
40,000
students graduate
in IT-related subjects
in Poland every year.
technical universities
and colleges operate in Poland,
but technical subjects are also
taught at general universities (19)
and at some colleges
of economics (77).
€868
is the average gross monthly
salary of an IT specialist in
Poland.
€1260
is the average gross
monthly salary of
a telecommunications
specialist in Poland.
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