The Comp Group has signed a contract with the Ministry of Justice regarding ESS for a total of PLN 197.3 million

A consortium of Enigma SOI (a subsidiary of Comp) and ITM Poland has signed a contract with the Ministry of Justice for the implementation of another project of the Electronic Monitoring System (SDE) in Poland, reported Comp. The value of the contract, including the option right, amounts to PLN 197.3 million gross, and the period of its implementation is 2022-2026. It is the second largest contract in the history of the Comp Group, which will accelerate the implementation of the Comp Next Generation 2022-2025 Strategy.

In the SDE4 PL project, the system capacity was increased to 12.5 thousand. inmates, i.e. an additional 4.5 thousand. more compared to SDE3 PL implemented in 2018-2022, it was announced.

"In the assumptions for the Comp Next Generation Strategy for 2022-2025, we paid attention to the competence potential in the IT segment, in particular in our company Enigma SOI, which provides solutions in the field of special and military cybersecurity. The Electronic Monitoring System in Poland has been used successfully for over a dozen years and the current stage of its development assumes a significant, almost 60%. increase in the number of embedded in the system. As a result, the SDE4 PL contract covers more sets of monitoring devices than delivered at the earlier stage. It is a technologically mature and complex project that requires a whole range of unique competences in the field of software, hardware and the integration of these elements. The Comp Group has specialist knowledge and experience as well as a full range of skills in this field as one of the few companies in the world ”- said the president of Comp Robert Tomaszewski, quoted in the release.

Comp is an IT systems integrator and provider of security solutions. The Group is also building the position of the largest producer of fiscal devices in Poland and Europe. Since January 2005, the company's shares have been listed on the WSE.

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