Systematic Software Engineering in recruitment drive  

A new order from the Danish armed forces provides employment boost for the Aarhus based IT company

IT company Systematic Software Engineering has appointed 30 additional staff over the last three months, with the majority starting in their new jobs today. Systematic has recently obtained a multimillion order to supply a software solution for planning and monitoring mobile communication networks for the Army’s Supplies Command (Hærens Materialkommando) in Hjørring in northern Jutland. The solution is called Deos NMS and is based on Microsoft’s .Net technology.


The new order follows a similar large military order which Systematic gained at the beginning of May, when Systematic was selected to contribute to specification work for a next generation military aircraft known as the Joint Strike Fighter. Systematic Software Engineering, which is based in Aarhus Jutland, has employed 70 new people in the current year and currently employs a 300-strong workforce of whom 40 are in the UK.


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