Dutch info-communications company Getronics expects its two units in Hungary to generate a little more than last year's revenue of HUF 14 billion in 2008, managing director of Getronics Magyarorszag Peter Ratkai said at a press conference on Wednesday.
Getronics Magyarország specializes in IT-outsourcing and system integration. Getronics' other Hungarian unit, EMEA Távolsági Szolgáltató, operates as a global service centre.
System, operating and outsourcing services generate 31% of Getronics' revenue in Hungary, 21% comes from project services, such as system integration, 19% comes from sales of Cisco, Microsoft and Dell products, and global service centre activities account for 29%, Rátkai said.
Industrial clients (oil and gas company MOL, the local unit of Shell, Audi Hungária and construction company Vegyépszer) generate 38% of Getronics Magyarország's revenue; telcos (Magyar Telekom) account for 25%; banks (OTP Bank, Raiffeisen Bank, Budapest Bank) make up 20%; and public sector orders (national police headquarters, tax office APEH) bring in 17%.
Getronics employs 450 staff in Hungary, but it plans to raise the number to 800 by 2010. (MTI – Econews)