WARSAW, Aug 27 (Reuters) - Eastern Europe’s largest software maker Asseco Poland reported an unexpected 2 percent rise in first-half net profit, the company said on Wednesday, despite margin pressure in the group’s key Polish contracts.
The company reported a profit of 183 million zlotys ($57.5 million), compared to 176 million zlotys ($55.3 million) forecast by analysts.
The group’s sales rose by 7 percent to 2.9 billion zlotys ($912 million).
1 US dollar = 3.1807 Polish zloty Reporting by Jakub Iglewski. Editing by Jane Merriman