Denmark's largest employer, the City of Copenhagen, signs a framework
agreement with Cybercom (STO:CYBE). The agreement is valid for 4 years
with a possibility of extension.
In all, the agreement is for services with an expected turnover of
between 15 and 20 million Danish kroner, which the City of Copenhagen
will now procure through the framework agreement. Cybercom has been
chosen to deliver the framework agreement, along with five other
”This is an extremely important contract for Cybercom in Denmark. The
City of Copenhagen is a major purchaser of IT systems,” says Karsten
Adelmark, MD of Cybercom Denmark.
The agreement includes development and maintenance of Service-Oriented
Architecture (SOA), where distributed IT systems are organised as
The first specific order within the framework agreement will be on May
2, with sub-orders on May 15.
Cybercom Group is a turn-key solution provider, offering end-to-end
solutions in security, Internet services, connected devices and telecom
management. As an established turn-key solution provider, through its
extensive industry and operations experience, Cybercom delivers to
customers in telecom, industry, automotive, media, retail, banking and
finance and public sector, around the world. The group employs 1,600
people and runs projects worldwide. Cybercom has offices in nine
countries. Cybercom was launched in 1995, and its share has been quoted
on the NASDAQ OMX Nordic Exchange since 1999. Find out more at www.cybercom.com.
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