10 July, 2012 The latest edition of Bloomberg Businessweek Poland has named President of OSG Records Management Krzysztof Bobrowski in Poland's top twenty most resilient directors in facing the challenges of today's tough economic conditions.
Also named in the top twenty were: Wojciech Balczun (President of PKP Cargo, Polish Railway), Marek Cywiński (Kapsch Telematic Services), Artur Radwan (Koleje Mazowieckie, Masovian Rail) and Herbert Wirth (KGHM Polish Copper). The majority of those nominated were directors in the financial sector including 5 Bank Presidents. There were also three leaders in the telecommunications sector. The list was based on the findings of a survey of experienced managers and key market sector observers carried out in May and June 2012.
Krzysztof Bobrowski was appointed CEO and President of OSG Records Management in January 2008. He was previously COO of the successful multi-national records management company. Under his management, the company has expanded successfully into new regions and profits have risen impressively. OSG is the leading provider of document and data management solutions for companies operating in the CIS and EU. These markets are served from a growing network of over 40 document and data centres in Poland (EU Head Office), Russia (CIS Head Office), Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Bulgaria and Armenia. OSG has won numerous awards for innovation and levels of service, and supports a client base of regional and international leaders in the banking, audit, retail, service, telecoms, legal, oil, health and leisure industries. Their business is the processing, scanning and safe storage of documents and data through online technology. OSG’s audited accounts for the year ending 31 March 2012 showed a 27% increase in revenues over the previous year. In June 2012 it is understood that the number of documents stored with OSG grew 31% year on year.