• Organization TypeService Providers
  • Staff1001-5000
  • HeadquartersGreece
  • Founded1964

Unisystems

Uni Systems is gaining the trust of its Customers for over 50 years, having being the first Greek ICT company founded in Greece, in 1964. Today, as a member of Quest Group, beholds a leading position in the domestic market and is evolving into one of the most reliable integrated solutions provider in Central and Southeast Europe. With more than 500 specialized ICT professionals and established subsidiaries in the heart of the European Union, in Brussels, aiming at European and International organizations and institutions, in Romania and Turkey. UniSystems, with long established and strong industrial vertical expertise supported by horizontal solutions, boasts a substantial and successful track record in the delivery of large-scale, mission-critical, innovative and reliable solutions in the sectors of Banking & Finance, Enterprise & Utilities, Public and Telecommunications. With significant experience, unique know-how, proven capability in designing, implementing and supporting successfully ICT projects, covers a wide range of Technology Solutions and Business Areas. Armed with real commercial implementations of best practices (i.e. ITIL, RUP, PRINCE2, PMI, etc.), the Company is positioning itself to be a “focused” provider to the European & International Organizations.
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Careers

Staff at Unisystems have experience in

Sectors

  • engineering
  • tertiary education
  • services
  • hardware
  • architecture / design

Countries

  • australia

Skills

  • managerial experience

Experience

Contract Awards

EU for Stronger Public Finance Systems of Local Governments

EC - Directorate General International Cooperation and Development (DEVCO - EuropeAid)

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Company Offices

  • Greece (headquarters)
  • Athens
  • 19-23, Al.Pantou str.