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Comarch SA
Public (WSE: CMR)
Industry Computer software
Founded Kraków, Poland (November 30, 1993)
Headquarters Kraków, Poland
Area served
Key people
prof. Janusz Filipiak, Co-founder and Executive Chairman
Revenue Increase USD 298 million (2015)[1]
Increase USD 21 million (2015)[1]
Number of employees
5000 (2016)

Comarch is a Polish multinational software house and systems integrator based in Kraków, Poland. Comarch provides services in areas such as Telecommunications, Finance and Banking, the Services Sector and to Public Administration. Its services include billing, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems, IT security, IT architecture, management and outsourcing solutions, Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and sales support, electronic communication and business intelligence.

Comarch was founded in 1993 by professor Janusz Filipiak, a tenured scientist on leave from AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków. Since then the company has built an international network of subsidiaries. Today, the Comarch Group employs nearly 4,500 employees worldwide with a steady yearly revenue stream of over $300 million.

Comarch is a publicly held corporation, listed on the main market of the Warsaw Stock Exchange. The Comarch Corporate Group [2] comprises international branches (such as Comarch AG, Comarch S.A.S., Comarch, Inc. and others) and Kraków football club MKS Cracovia SSA. SoInteractive, an engagement and gamification provider, is an associated company.

Software products[edit]

  • Comarch Altum
  • Comarch Credit Process Management
  • Comarch Business Process Management
  • Comarch Asset Management
  • Comarch BI
  • Comarch Billing
  • Comarch CRM systems
  • Comarch ECM
  • Comarch EDI
  • Comarch ERP Enterprise
  • Comarch Loyalty Management
  • Comarch Internet Banking
  • Comarch Network & Service Inventory
  • Comarch Security Suite
  • Comarch New Generation Service Assurance (NGSA)


  1. ^ a b Comarch (March 2, 2015). "Selected financial data QSr 4 2014" (PDF). Comarch. Retrieved 2015-04-01. 
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