Financial Services sector

Comarch Financial Services

Founded in 1993 in Kraków, Poland, Comarch prides itself on being one of the leading software houses in Europe with over 5000 employees worldwide and more than 3000 successful projects carried out for the largest international brands. With 20 years’ experience in the industry, Comarch Financial Services, a business sector within the Comarch Capital Group, specializes in developing sophisticated financial management software and IT systems for major financial institutions in banking, insurance and capital markets.

The Financial Services sector grew together with clients and institutions for whom its particular systems were built, starting from projects in Poland and ending with deployments abroad. It is a story of great undertakings, courageous decisions, and above all – the people whose passion and commitment have built the strong Comarch's position in the financial industry as of today. Comarch Financial Services is a provider of state-of-the-art IT solutions for banks, insurance companies, brokerage houses, asset management companies, as well as investment and pension funds. A significant portfolio of satisfied clients in more than 30 countries is our most important achievement throughout all those years.


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The history of Comarch IT solutions for the world of finance dates back to the early days of the company’s operations, that is the time when it consisted of only a dozen people - students and graduates of the AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków, and its seat was in the college building, room 415.

Helping businesses achieve greater profitability has been our core mission. The systems and applications offered by us for the financial market are characterized by high quality, excellent performance and great flexibility. Our wide product portfolio allows for the precise selection of software that meets clients' expectations, preferences and capabilities.