Greek SI targets UK in international expansion drive

Josh Budd
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Greek SI targets UK in international expansion drive

Uni Systems says Greek economic crisis left it with little choice but to restructure the business towards an international model

One of Greece's largest systems integators, Uni Systems, is considering setting up a UK office as it reduces its exposure to home market. Founded in 1964, the Athens-based firm claims to be the first-ever...

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