Skip to content
Talk To Us



Europe’s growth champion, Poland is very well positioned to compete in the international market for software development talent – large US companies, such as IBM, Intel, Google, and Motorola, have already set up operations there. The creation of the Polish Investment Zone in 2018 effectively turned the country into a special economic zone, where setting up or developing a company can qualify for tax exemptions.

The Numbers Don't Lie

The Accelerance Global Network is the most curated list of high-quality global teams ever assembled.



Total number of developers in our certified partner network by country


Certified Partners

Total number of certified partners in our global network by country.


Time Travel (From NY)

Average flight time from NY to the major cities in the country.


Partner Innovation capability

The score reflects investment in STEM progrms and IT funding by country.


Partner Skill Level

Level of workforce skills and quality of education, including factors such as digital literacy, interpersonal skills, etc.


Partner Global Competitiveness

National productivity based on 12 core pillars, including government policy, infrastructure, economic stability, etc.


Software Outsourcing Readiness

Overall rating, based on the maturity of the tech sector, socio-political conditions, and on-the-ground research by Accelerance.

Outsource to Poland with the help of Accelerance
Talent Pool & Education

Poland has been described by tech leaders as a “hotbed of opportunity” and government tax incentives make it a top choice for software outsourcing. According to the National Science Foundation, 43% of Poles aged 25-34 have a bachelor’s degree or higher in technology or software development. With some 450,000 IT specialists, it’s the largest talent pool in the Central and Eastern Europe region, and investment in startups is on track to exceed €1 billion by the end of 2022.


The official language is Polish, but English is widely spoken.

Software developers in Poland
Economic Outlook

Ambitious labor market reforms, investments in productivity enhancement and the green transition could boost growth potential to 4% in the coming years, according to a 2022 World Bank report. After a swift rebound from recession, the economy has cooled, with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine bringing war to Poland’s doorstep. Inflation is expected to remain elevated through 2023.

Political Conditions

Poland’s right-wing coalition, led by Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, has held together despite internal disputes. The country goes back to the polls in late 2023, although there has already been talk of an early election. A recent report by the Pew Research Center found 94% of Poles saw Russia as a major threat while favorable views of the US and the European Union have hit a record high.