“As digitalisation consultants, helping others see and mine the potential of technology is our greatest opportunity to have an impact. Our digital sustainability course increases our employees’ knowledge and understanding of the role of technology as an enabler of the global sustainable development goals. A thousand digital sustainability trained consultants are proof that innovation and sustainability are a major and vital part of our DNA as Makers of tomorrow,” says Niklas Flyborg, CEO of Cybercom.
The course was designed to meet the following Cybercom goals:
- Enhance our consultants’ understanding of sustainable development and how it relates to digitalisation and innovation.
- Equip our consultants with knowledge and tools that they can use in their own roles and assignments.
- Accelerate Cybercom’s positive impact and increase the proportion of assignments that contribute to meeting our clients’ sustainability challenges.
Cybercom was the first among its industry colleagues to train its employees in sustainability. It was one of the commitments expressed in the digitalisation consultancy industry’s roadmap for a fossil-free Sweden, which was handed over to the Swedish government in March 2019.
“Within the framework of the digitalisation consultancy industry’s roadmap, we agreed a minimum level of knowledge among our employees regarding the impacts of digitalisation from a climate and sustainability perspective. We have also agreed to carry out training initiatives to ensure that our employees meet the minimum level within one year after they are hired. Cybercom has implemented the training initiatives and our consultants now have far beyond the basic level of expertise required,” says Ingemar Jansson, Head of Sustainability Strategy & Business Development at Cybercom.
Cybercom partnered with the KTH Executive School to design the course, which involves leading scientists and experts from Sweden and Finland.
“Cybercom’s leadership role in its own and the industry’s development programme in digital sustainability is valuable. The transformative power of new digital solutions is central to meeting the need for sustainable development. It is also an effective way for business and communities to enhance their competitiveness,” says Staffan Movin, Program Director, KTH Executive School.
For further information, please contact:
Niklas Flyborg, President and CEO, Cybercom
firstname.lastname@example.org, +46 70 594 96 78
Ingemar Jansson, Head of Sustainable Strategy & Business Development, Cybercom
email@example.com, +46 72 080 35 60
Cybercom is an innovative digitalisation consulting firm that enables leading companies and organisations to capture the opportunities of digitalisation. We provide innovative, secure and sustainable solutions in IT and communications technology by combining technical edge and strong business insight. This applies whether the issue is transforming products into services, developing new business models or helping the public sector get closer to citizens. We are found where technology and business development meet. We think big. We test, we learn and we adapt. And the distance from planning to action is short. The single objective is for our clients to succeed in the connected world. This is how we are making tomorrow, today. We are a richly diverse company with a large range of ages, 45 nationalities and assignments in 20 countries. We are creating the world of tomorrow in unison, we are creative, fearless and inquisitive – always ready to challenge the status quo. We turn our words into action and empower change. We are the #Makers of tomorrow. Cybercom has been a privately owned company since 2015. Its main shareholders are Formica Capital, JCE Group AB and Tequity AB. Cybercom’s domestic markets are the Nordic region and Poland, and in addition the company offers global delivery capacity for local and international business. To learn more about Cybercom, visit www.cybercom.com