CSC opens Danish Innovation Centre  

2006.01.19
Next month CSC opens the doors of its first Innovation centre in Denmark, where both potential and existing customers can try out new systems prior to purchase

Next month CSC opens the doors of its first Innovation centre in Denmark, where both potential and existing customers can try out new systems prior to purchase. The new facility, called I-LAB, is designed to handle a range of activities focused on increasing the business value of IT.

One of I-LAB offerings will be Proof of Concept, where customers can see demonstrations of systems they are considering buying, that are closely modelled on realistic use situations.

I-LAB's managing director Jesper Kryhlmand says he expects that the new facility will make the innovation process more effective, although the extent to which this will happen naturally depends on the individual projects.

CSC is also planning to hold seminars at I-LAB. One such will be on SOA (Service-Oriented Architecture) where interested companies can see a demonstration. Jesper Kryhlmand says that there are also plans to invite companies already using CSC solutions to see how a system or solution can be built up and extended.

The global CSC concern has five large operation centres worldwide, one of which is placed in Copenhagen. CSC Denmark manages IT operations for a large number of European companies. CSC Denmark employs 2,600 people. The news was reported by Computerworld.

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