CSC acquires remaining stake in CSC Scandihealth  

2006.11.02
Software giant CSC has acquired the remaining 40% shareholding in its subsidiary CSC Scandihealth from Danish Regions, a public sector organisation representing 13 regions in Denmark
Software giant CSC has acquired the remaining 40% shareholding in its subsidiary CSC Scandihealth from Danish Regions, a public sector organisation representing 13 regions in Denmark, for DKK 120 m (USD 20.4 m). The deal closely follows a strong annual report published in September which showed an increase in revenues from DKK 283.3 m (USD 48.2 m) to DKK 316.8 m (USD 54 m), and a number of international agreements.  
 
Freddy Lykke, managing director of CSC Scandihealth says: "CSC is launching an offensive in IT solutions for the healthcare sector in several places around the world. Last month we entered an agreement worth about DKK 20 bn (USD 3.4 bn) in connection with the UK's NHS IT programme. Our acquisition of the remaining shares in CSC Scandihealth is an expression of the fact that in Denmark we also see great potential for solutions for the healthcare sector."
 
CSC Scandihealth is the leading supplier of IT services for the Danish healthcare sector, and is headquartered in Århus, Jutland. The firm has more than 280 people employed in software development, operation and technical support, consulting services, service, sales and marketing. CSC Scandihealth developed its first healthcare IT solution in 1972. The news was reported by Computerworld.

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