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Four T-companies merge to create Hungary's leading infocommunication corporation

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T-Systems Magyarország Zrt is set to begin operations on 1 October 2012 as Hungary's sole service provider with a full-scale and comprehensive infocommunication technology (ICT) product portfolio, the company said on Thursday.

Owned 100% by Magyar Telekom, the new company is brought to life through the merger of four long-established industry stakeholders in the Hungarian market. Owing to the experiences and knowledge amassed by the predecessors, Hungary's leading ICT company has been born to provide full-scale telecommunication and IT infrastructure and application development services, as well as system integration services which are indispensable for everyday operations. Through its integrated solutions and, not the least, its convenient, effective and customisable single-channel contact model, the new T-Systems Magyarország is already serving more than 5,500 large corporate and government public administration clients. The merger makes the company a leader in the Hungarian market, and also one of the most important information and communication technology companies in Europe.
IQSYS Informatikai és Tanácsadó Zrt, Dataplex Kft. and ISH Informatikai Kft. are set merge into T-Systems Magyarország Zrt on 30 September 2012 with Daten-Kontor Kft to follow suit sometime in 2013. The concerned brands represent significant and recognised value and expertise in the Hungarian market. The unified company, having comprehensive expert knowledge, aims to preserve and further develop all it has gained so far.
"The integration of the companies concerned has been planned and implemented to produce a result where 1 plus 1 in the end comes to be more than 2. It feels good to see that we have succeeded. By uniting the companies we did not merely add together, but multiplied the professional competence of the new corporation", said CEO Róbert Budafoki on the occasion of the launch of the integrated T-Systems Magyarország.
"The integrated corporate operation of the new company that fully covers the demands of its wide ranging client is peerless not only in Hungary, but also within the international network of T-Systems International - which is recognised as one of the world's largest infocommunication service providers. This makes Hungary's latest service provider a leader not only in the Hungarian market, but also one of the most important information and communication technology companies in Europe, which we are particularly proud of," emphasised Christopher Mattheisen, president and CEO of Magyar Telekom Nyrt.

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