Germany's SAP and Denmark's KMD in global IT solution agreement  

2005.04.27
Germany's SAP, the world's largest inter-enterprise company and KMD, one of Denmark's major IT providers for the public sector, have entered an agreement to develop IT solutions for the global public sector

Germany's SAP, the world's largest inter-enterprise company and KMD, one of Denmark's major IT providers for the public sector, have entered an agreement to develop IT solutions for the global public sector. SAP and KMD announced the news at SAP's annual European user conference in Bella Center, Copenhagen. The agreement carries an investment value of around DKK 1 bn (USD 117 mn), and comprises several contracts on knowledge transfer, licence deliveries and shared development over some years.

The Danish Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation, Helge Sander greeted the news, saying he looked forward to new modern software solutions being developed for the public sector which give access to data in more open systems. This is in line with the Danish government's recommendations regarding public IT architecture, including the use of open standards, the Minister comments.

KMD has had a team of its developers stationed in SAP's headquarters in Waldorff, Germany, over the last year. Lars Monrad Gylling, managing director of KMD says: "Our people have been helping SAP to create the essential basis for meeting public sector requirements". The news is reported by Computerworld and on KMD's website.

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