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Following an agreement with Vodafone-Panafon, Intracom Holdings transfers its holding in HOL, at an enterprise value of € 311m.
Intracom Holdings signs an agreement with Dubai investors for the sale of its 49% interest in Intracom Telecom for €47 million total benefit.
Intrakat undertakes major railway and road construction infrastructure projects in joint venture and on its own.
Intrasoft International provides information, telecommunication and software development services to EU agencies and state organizations in the Middle East and Africa worth over €136 million.
Intracom IT Services merges into Intrasoft International.
Intracom IT signs new software development and support agreements worth over €40 million in Europe and the Middle East.
Intracom Telecom signs new contracts worth €196 million.
IDE signs production and support agreements worth €71 million with NATO’s Maintenance and Supply Agency and Raytheon.
Intracom IT Denmark acquires Eskort, while INTRASOFT International acquires Lavisoft’s SAP department.
HOL is listed on the Athens Exchange.
Agreement for the acquisition of Attica Telecommunications by HOL.
Cooperation agreement between HOL and Vodafone
Intracom Holdings fully acquires HOL (hellas on line).
JSC Sitronics, a subsidiary of JSFC Sistema, acquires a 51% stake in Intracom Telecom.
Intracom is transformed into a holding company and renamed Intracom Holdings, parent company of newly created subsidiaries Intracom Telecom, Intracom IT Services and Intracom Defense Electronics (IDE).
Distinguished as one of the top-10 Greek and one of the top-100 European companies with the best work environment.
Participation in consortium selected as the exclusive supplier of IT equipment to the 2004 Athens Olympic Games.
Establishment of the non-profit Athens Information Technology (AIT) center for excellence.
Exports to more than 50 countries.
The first Greek company to be certified under the ISO 9001:2000 Quality standard.
Exclusive strategic alliance with Cisco Systems.
New projects for the modernization of the telecommunications networks of Armenia and Moldova.
Undertaking of network infrastructure deployment for mobile providers Cosmorom and Cosmote.
Significant participation in modernization programs for the Hellenic Armed Forces, and NATO and WEAG research programs.
Initial production and sales of the Netmod ISDN modem in Greece and abroad.
The installation of OPAP’s on line computer network is initiated.
The IoS (Internet over Satellite) product receives a European award.
Establishment of INTRASOFT International in Luxemburg.
Launch of the first computerized version of the PRO-PO sports lottery.
Intracom microelectronics center recognized as a national hub for industrial research, design and development.
Assignment of large scale defense projects for the Hellenic Armed Forces.
Establishment of Intracom in Romania.
Installation of the Attica telecommunications ring network.
Awarded the development of the TAXIS national tax revenue system.
Participation in Panafon, Vodafone’s Greek venture.
Establishment of Intralot and Intrakat.
The first Greek company to be certified under the ISO 9001 international quality standard.
Deployment of a modern telecommunications network in Piraeus and implementation of the first national energy management and control system for the Greek PPC.
Exports account for 12% of annual turnover.
Listing of Intracom on the Athens Stock Exchange.
Installation of the first digital exchange in Greece for OTE, the country’s national telecom organization.
Launch of the gigantic project to upgrade and modernize Greece’s national telecommunications network. Agreement to supply the Greek telecom OTE with AXE-10 digital exchanges, in cooperation with Ericsson.
Agreement with OPAP, the state-licensed lottery and sports-betting operator, for the supply and installation of an advanced IT system.
Establishment of Intrasoft.
Participation in the modernization and digitalization of Greece’s national telecommunications network with the majority of systems manufactured in Greece by Greek engineers.
Development of an advanced infrastructure for the research, development and production of cutting edge telecommunication systems.
Expansion into the energy infrastructure sector.
Relocation to new, company-owned facilities in Peania.
Rapid expansion in the design, development and production of telecommunications products and systems.
Intracom is founded with an initial workforce of 10 employees.