Key Facts and Figures

Headcount

2016
2700
2015
2300
2014
1800
2013
1500
2012
1200

Revenue (m PLN)

2016
380
2015
304
2014
234
2013
181
2012
138

Since the establishment of Sii Poland in 2006, we keep on
expanding, which is best reflected in constantly increasing
revenue and headcount number

KEY FACTS

Service Quality Guarantee

ISO 9001:2008

18 000 m2

Office space

100+

clients

450 000

mandays worked annually

8

Polish
Cities

Prestigious Partnerships

IBM, Microsoft,
Oracle, Red Hat

The best
employer
of 2015

120

mln PLN
equity capital

380

mln PLN
REVENUE

fastest
growing company
in Poland

18

served
countries

2700

Engineers

80

New
engineers employed
each month

Financial

stability



100%

decisiveness in Poland

Best IT and Engineering

services provider

in Poland

WE ARE FROM POLANDThe shareholders of Sii are not the biggest beneficiary of the Company, but the Polish administration

Thanks to our growing business we are paying increasingly higher taxes across the entire country. Personally, as an individual living and working in Poland, I also pay all my taxes (PIT, ZUS) here. Our employees and I are extremely proud and happy to contribute to the development of the country we live in. However, as a large enterprise, we also expect the constant support of the Polish government: a partner-based relationship with businesses, flexible labour law, reasonable rate of taxes (eg. ZUS, CIT), establishment of fiscal laws and regulations that encourage development as well as proper handling of administrative issues; which would make Poland even more competitive towards other countries in the world.

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Sii’s Financial Summary
Year VAT CIT PIT ZUS TOTAL TAXES REVENUE NET PROFIT
2015 31,9 6,5 10,4 33,6 82,4 304 25,5
2014 23,5 5,2 9,3 30,8 68,8 234 20,1
2013 20,9 4,9 7 23,7 56,5 181 19,3
2012 18,2 3,9 5,6 18,9 46,6 138 14,8
2011 12,8 2,9 4 13,2 32,9 94 10,6
2010 6,7 1,8 1,9 6,5 16,9 52 7

mln PLN

Ideas for changes in the Polish tax law

The aim of this document is to signalize the difficulties and obstacles
that service providers in Poland, including Sii, have to face and propose
changes in the Polish tax law.

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