Cybercom signs 2-year contract with Stockholm County Council


2007-12-17, 14:01
Cybercom signed a new master contract with Stockholm County Council. The contract covers consulting services in IT control, operations development, informatics, system development and administration, infrastructure and operation plus information security. The 2-year contract has an option for extension.

"This master contract with the Council is aligned with our growth strategy with the public sector," says Patrik Boman, president and CEO of the Cybercom Group, "and it is very important for Cybercom. The public sector faces tough challenges due to increasing demands for cost-effective solutions and more available IT support."

"The deal further strengthens our extensive partnership with the Council," says Annika Löfstrand Ianni, key account manager at Cybercom Sweden East. "We received positive feedback from the customer during the selection process – particularly for our consultants' expertise and for the value that they add for the customer. Getting such a response from an existing customer is very stimulating."

The Council is responsible for health, medical, and dental care operations, public transportation (including taxi service for the disabled), regional planning, and culture and education issues for Stockholm County, which employs 45,000 persons. Council staff estimate that the procurement is worth about SEK 100-150 million annually. As a selected master contract partner, Cybercom has fantastic opportunities for many exciting projects and assignments.

Find out more, contact:

Patrik Boman, CEO and president, Cybercom Group +46 73 983 89 79
Annika Löfstrand Ianni, key account manager, Cybercom Sweden East +46 8 726 75 71
Patrik Anshelm, acting IR and communications manager, Cybercom Group +46 70 971 12 84

About Cybercom
The Cybercom Group is a high-tech consultancy that offers global sourcing for end-to-end solutions. The Group established itself as a world-class supplier in these segments: portals, mobile solutions, embedded systems, e-commerce, and business support systems. Thanks to its extensive industry and operations experience, Cybercom can offer strategic and technological expertise to these markets: telecom, Internet, and media (TIM); banking and financial services; automotive; national defence; and the public sector. The Group employs about 1300 persons and runs projects worldwide. Cybercom has offices in Denmark, India, Poland, Singapore, Sweden, and the UK. Since 1999, Cybercom’s share has been quoted on the OMX Nordic Exchange. Find out more at: www.cybercomgroup.com.

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