Cybercom and SMHI sign three-year agreement

2007-01-18, 09:43
SMHI (Sweden’s Meteorological and Hydrological Institute) named Cybercom as its future IT service supplier. The parties signed a framework agreement that runs until 30 June 2009. SMHI is Sweden's largest supplier of air traffic weather forecasts.

”The agreement is very significant for our Linköping operation,” says Peter French, business developer at Cybercom. “SMHI is a state agency that can greatly benefit from technological developments, and it demonstrates that it’s operating on the cutting edge, for example, through its use of open source. We sincerely look forward to our partnership.”

The agreement covers consulting services within operations development, strategy, project management, system development, system administration, and infrastructure. Cybercom is one of five selected suppliers. SMHI expects to procure consulting services worth SEK 7-10 million annually.

For more information, please contact:

Peter French, business developer, Cybercom
+46 70 639 5951
Kristina Svensson, communications manager, Cybercom
+46 708 644 702

The Cybercom Group is a high-tech consulting company that offers business-critical IT solutions and guidance within telecom and selected technologies. Thanks to its extensive industry and operations experience, the company can offer technology expertise within telecom – for network and terminal development. Cybercom specialises in portals and mobile solutions, e-commerce and billing, embedded systems plus telecom management consulting and networks. Cybercom was launched in 1995; since 1999, its share has been quoted on the OMX Nordic Exchange. The Group runs projects worldwide and has offices in Denmark, India, Singapore, Sweden, and the UK. Cybercom currently employs about 450 persons. Find out more at:

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