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Subtitle: S&T to implement technologies for rescue organizations – orders worth
EUR 8 million


S&T: strong growth in Poland and Romania
S&T to implement technologies for rescue organizations - orders worth EUR 8
Linz, 29.07.2015. S&T AG's subsidiary in Romania has secured orders worth more
than EUR 8 million for services, software and IT technologies facilitating the
modernization and extension of Romania's systems of rescue direction centers and
of emergency calls. All of the commissioned sub-projects are to be concluded
during the current financial year. Impeded by strong results in Poland and
Romania, S&T's business in Eastern Europe has been developing promisingly.
Secured by a consortium of suppliers comprising S&T, these orders have enabled
S&T to put once more its comprehensive trove of knowhow in IT solutions on
display and to play a leading role in one of Romania's key projects. Romania's
national system of emergency calls order will enable the incorporation into the
system of all institutions involved, with these including the various ambulance
and other rescue services in the country. The completion of the project will
turn the country's rescuing operations into end-to-end, fully-automatic
processes, ones capable of being depicted as workflows, and with these starting
with the placements of the emergency call and concluding with the delivery of
patients to hospitals. S&T's part of this is the delivering of server and
storage technologies; and the provision of services related to planning,
installation and commissioning. S&T will also supply software developed to meet
customer specifications.
S&T's part of a second order in Romania comprises the modernization of the
hardware and software infrastructure of an emergency call system serving
Bucharest and the county of Ilfov. This entails S&T's delivery and
implementation of communication technologies and data center and storage
components produced by Cisco, Eaton and HP. These items will be employed in the
automation of processes. The two projects have a value of some EUR 8.1 million
and will be entirely realized in 2015.
"The S&T Group is one of the few full-scale providers of IT systems and services
whose network covers nearly all of Eastern Europe. The last two years' cooling
of the region's markets has been succeeded by a return to growth. The engines of
our strong growth in Eastern Europe have been Poland and Romania, in which sales
rises of more than 25% have been achieved," reports Hannes Niederhauser,
Chairman of the Managing Board of S&T.
On S&T AG:
S&T AG (www.snt.at, ISIN AT0000A0E9W5, WKN A0X9EJ, SANT) is a high-tech
corporation. It employs some 2,200 employees, and maintains subsidiaries and
offices in 19 countries. S&T AG provides IT systems. It is listed on the
Frankfurt Stock Exchange's Prime Standard segment. These systems are comprised
in the company's comprehensive portfolio of IT solutions and services. These
make S&T one of the leading suppliers in Central and Eastern Europe. S&T is a
renowned manufacturer of products featuring proprietary technologies. Its wide-
ranging portfolio includes proprietary developments in such areas as appliances
and cloud security. S&T commenced in 2014 the development of its Smart Energy
business area. Especially thanks to its Networked Energy Services Corporation,
S&T is among the world's leading suppliers of smart grid technologies.

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company:     S&T AG
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FAX:         +43 1 80191 1290
mail:     ir@snt.at
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sector:      Computing & Information Technology
ISIN:        AT0000A0E9W5, DE000A1HJLL6
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language:   English

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