- April 2021
Systematic has for the sixth consecutive year received concrete documentation that it is one of the best IT companies worldwide at delivering software solutions within the agreed framework for time, quality and price. Only 14 other companies in Europe have achieved such a high rating currently.
16 April 2021
- March 2021
In February, the Danish Patient Safety Authority went live with a new contact tracing solution that ensures more efficient workflows and provides a better overview of the COVID-19 situation in Denmark.
19 March 2021
- February 2021
The Municipality of Södertälje is the second municipality in the space of only a few months to choose the library system Cicero to support library users at its primary and lower secondary schools.
23 February 2021
With eighty per cent of Swedish libraries in its customer database, the Swedish company BTJ is the perfect business partner for Systematic, which is busy winning over the Swedish market with its library solution Cicero.
11 February 2021
The new system meets the challenges of the modern battlespace, with a range of features that deliver an operational advantage to commanders
08 February 2021
The software company Systematic is again presenting the Systematic Joy of Reading Award in 2021, and is now inviting applications from reading projects that make a real difference in the battle against illiteracy.
02 February 2021
- December 2020
Turnover of EUR 148 million and operating profit of EUR 20 million in the annual accounts of software company Systematic show all-round success. The year also marked a strategic turning point, as international customers now account for most of the company’s orders.
17 December 2020
Software specialists Systematic are to supply the new SIRENE3 IT system to Danish Police, for use when working with forces in the Schengen Area.
11 December 2020
- November 2020
The British Army’s 3rd Division has become the latest component of the UK armed forces to select Systematic’s SitaWare command-and-control software
12 November 2020
- October 2020
The Municipality of Norrköping is the first municipality in Sweden to purchase the Cicero library system as a complete solution. The purchase is taking place after a two-year period, in which 20 of the municipality’s school libraries have used Cicero to create a better overview of the libraries’ tasks and materials.
12 October 2020