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LONDON: AutoRek, the data reconciliation provider, has announced that it has entered into a partnership with Hill Group, the enterprise IT solutions company based in Warsaw, to extend its global network. As part of the agreement, Hill Group will distribute AutoRek’s Reconciliation, Attestation, Order-To-Cash and Anti Money Laundering Solutions to the financial services sector in Poland.

AutoRek is currently witnessing increasing demand for reconciliation solutions within international markets and the Hill Group agreement will further extend AutoRek’s presence in to the Polish region. Due to the success of existing partnerships with companies such as IBM Global Outsourcing, AutoRek’s solutions are now being used by major Fortune 500 Corporations for reconciliation and order-to-cash requirements, and developing a global network will continue to be a focus for the company over the next year.

Commenting on the partnership, Lukasz Józwik, managing director for Hill Group, said: “We already have a significant presence in the Polish IT Market and throughout 2013 we will be developing our offerings for the growing financial sector, in particular focusing on the insurance and banking industries. After extensive research of the marketplace, AutoRek was an obvious choice for us to collaborate with due to its proven track record in delivering ROI to companies within financial services.”

Gordon McHarg, co-founder and managing director of AutoRek, reflects on the significance of entering into the agreement: “The UK market remains one of our best-performing areas and the growth in demand for our products has helped drive expansion into other territories. By investing in our partnerships, we are able to capitalise on the opportunities that exist in other regions and help achieve our aim of becoming a global player within the data reconciliation sector.”