Today Lufthansa Systems Poland is celebrating its fifteen-year anniversary. The Polish subsidiary of the global IT provider Lufthansa Systems was founded in Gdansk in 1998 with 40 employees. The company now employs around 330 highly qualified experts and is an established production site in Lufthansa Systems’ worldwide network. Lufthansa Systems Poland focuses on software development and IT services for innovative aeronautical solutions such as Lido/Flight, Lido/RouteManual and the EFB. The company also provides aeronautical data services on a 24/7 basis for Lufthansa Systems’ navigation data and charts. It also handles training and consultation relating to Lido/Flight and other aeronautical solutions for various airline customers.
“Gdansk is an important development and competence center in our international production network,” said Dr. Gunter Küchler, Member of the Executive Board of Lufthansa Systems AG. “Through their in-depth understanding of aeronautics and IT, their dedication and their clear focus on customer needs, the employees have been instrumental in the success of the products handled here. The company therefore faces a promising future within Lufthansa Systems.”
When searching for specialists, Lufthansa Systems Poland benefits from its proximity to and intensive cooperation with various Polish universities. “Our employees are extremely knowledgeable and highly motivated," said Dr. Ireneusz Zalewski, who will take over as managing director of Lufthansa Systems Poland Sp. z o.o. on February 1, 2013. The IT specialists’ extensive knowledge and years of experience result in high-quality products and high customer satisfaction.
For over ten years, Lufthansa Systems Poland has been regularly audited for quality in accordance with ISO 9001. Since 2011, the company has also been certified for security according to ISO 27001. “With these audits, we are providing our customers a documented information security and quality management system which takes IT risks into account. This highlights our own high standards in these areas,” Dr. Zalewski said.