In April 2020, we joined the likes of Amazon, Credit Suisse, Google, IBM, Toyota, and many others in the Polish branch of the Association of Business Service Leaders (ABSL).
The business services sector is now a vital part of Poland’s economy, accounting for 3-5% of Poland’s GDP. In April 2019, over 307 thousand people were employed at business services companies in our country, and this number is still growing.
Since 2009, the Association of Business Service Leaders is Poland’s largest organization representing this industry. It unites more than 200 companies which include both global players with investments in Poland and Polish-owned companies. The member businesses co-create ABSL to actively drive innovation and public advocacy. The Association members are empowered to leverage relations with business, educational, governmental, and international institutions.
With this membership, we’ve entered a unique environment that facilitates knowledge sharing in a highly secure and transparent manner. ABSL periodically publishes comprehensive reports on the whole sector as well as specific markets or industries. Every year, ABSL organizes over 100 meetings of industry representatives and decision-makers, most notably the ABSL Summit – the most awaited business services sector event in Central and Eastern Europe. Taking part in these activities gives us an opportunity to delve deep into the market leaders’ ecosystem and exchange relevant information.
The ABSL membership gives Deviniti access to valuable insights on the industry trends of our interest, like cloud computing, smart automation, and transforming business operations with technology. Along with this, we can further refine our approach to software development, testing, and project management so as to continue delivering top-quality software services and solutions to our customers.
Dimitry Hryb is a Marketing Manager at Deviniti. For the last couple of years, he has been on the mission to help people make the best use of Jira Software and Jira Service Desk at work by creating guides and tutorials for Atlassian users all around the globe. Dima is an acclaimed contributor to the Ecosystem who received Atlassian Community Content Awards three times in 2018. He spends the rest of his time winning pool tournaments, producing music, biking around and playing with his cat.