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Cybercom Group: Cybercom in frame agreement with Danish Broadcasting Corporation

Press release published at The Swedish Wire
Cybercom has signed an important frame agreement with Denmark's largest media enterprise, Danish Broadcasting Corporation. The agreement is valid for two years with a two-year extension option.

"This is an important agreement for us. We are proud to be chosen to work with Denmark's leading media house", says Karsten Adelmark, CEO of Cybercom Denmark.

The frame agreement runs for a period of two years, and can be extended by up to two years. Cybercom is one of three chosen IT-consultants that will replace the existing ones. The agreement covers the provision of various consulting services in Java.

"Media is an interesting customer segment for the Cybercom Group. Media houses are currently undergoing major structural changes to adapt to interactive and faster forms of communication with its viewers, listeners and readers", says Patrik Boman CEO of the Cybercom Group.

Danish Broadcasting Corporation is Denmark's largest electronic media enterprise. It comprises Denmark's two public and license financed TV channels, DR1 and DR2, four FM radio stations and new media.

 Find out more, contact:

Patrik Boman, CEO Cybercom Group +46 73 983 89 79

Karsten Adelmark, CEO Cybercom Denmark  +45 294 83 828

Anna Trane, PR and press manager, Cybercom Group +46 708 84 74 69

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, manufacturing, media, banking and financial services, retail and the public sector. The Group employs about 2,000 persons and runs projects worldwide. Cybercom has 27 offices in 11 countries. Cybercom was launched in 1995, and its share has been quoted on the OMX Nordic Exchange since 1999. Find out more at: www.cybercomgroup.com.
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