Cybercom will develop cutting-edge functions for mobile services for the customer, an international company. The assignment is done according to Cybercom’s global sourcing business model – development is located in the Nordic operations and testing in the Romanian operations. The agreement will involve about 20 consultants to start with.
“This is a groundbreaking deal for Cybercom. I was in the US last week and spent time with the customer. They’re very attracted to our technical expertise in mobile services and our business model for global sourcing," says Patrik Boman, president and CEO of Cybercom. “This deal shows that our strategy to offer global delivery capacity hits the nail on the head.”
Cybercom is establishing a sales office in Silicon Valley, California, to be close to many customers that are world leaders in internet and mobile services.
“Cybercom’s strategy is to follow our customers in their strategic expansion around the world,” says Timo Luoto, director mobile Internet Cybercom Plenware “We’ve discussed a cooperation with the customer’s US operation for a long time. This has been strongly desired from their side, and we already see that our decision to be there is good for business.”
“In Silicon Valley, unlimited investments are made in technical development with a real force for innovation,” says Per Blysa, business manager mobile services, Cybercom Sweden South. “Our presence allows us to tender in procurements for the most advanced, cutting-edge technical solutions for mobile services. It’s incredibly thrilling and stimulating.”
Find out more, contact:
Patrik Boman, president and CEO, Cybercom Group +46 739 83 89 79
Timo Luoto, director mobile Internet, Cybercom Plenware +358 40 7645285
Per Blysa, business manager mobile services, Cybercom Sweden South +46 708 25 96 37
Kristina Cato, communications director and IR manager, Cybercom Group +46 708 64 47 02