“We see SMHI’s renewed confidence in us regarding strategic development of its organisation and systems as an acknowledgement that SMHI is satisfied with the work we’ve done so far,” says Peter French, key account manager for SMHI. “We hope for more interesting new assignments through the framework agreement.”
Cybercom has held a framework agreement with SMHI since 2006. This year, Cybercom assignments included developing an SMHI weather application for the iPhone and Android. The SMHI apps are among Sweden’s most popular, and during the summer they were among the top five most downloaded apps in Sweden. Mobile interaction with customers is increasingly important to companies like SMHI.
The new framework agreement is valued at about SEK 20 million per year and applies to Cybercom and six other consultancies. Cybercom’s agreement covers the areas with the largest volumes, namely business development, strategy, systems development, and administration.
“This framework agreement is important to us,” says Odd Bolin, managing director of Cybercom Sweden. “We have the opportunity to develop cutting edge mobile solutions and help SMHI to develop services that increase their competitiveness.”
Note: Cybercom is required to make this information public as per the Swedish Securities Market Act. The information was submitted for publication on 21 November at 15:10 PM.
For more information, contact:
Peter French , key account manager for SMHI, Cybercom +46 706 39 59 51
Odd Bolin, managing director, Cybercom Sweden +46 704 28 31 73
Anna Trane, PR & brand manager, Cybercom Group +46 708 84 74 69