Systematic Software Engineering to supply software to JSF  

2006.02.07
Systematic Software Engineering has entered an agreement to supply software services to JSF Joint Programme Office, the US defence forces' project office for the F35-Joint Strike Fighter

Systematic Software Engineering, Denmark's largest privately owned software company, has entered an agreement to supply software services to JSF Joint Programme Office (JPO), the US defence forces' project office for the F35-Joint Strike Fighter. The project office has been established to manage the major aircraft project which has a total value of USD 200 bn.

Michael Holm, managing director of Systematic Software Engineering, says: "The contract with JPO is an important and very pleasing breakthrough for us. It is the first time we will carry out tasks directly for the US defence". Systematic's international CMMI-5 certification, which is the highest maturity level, has given the company a seal of approval as an efficient and professional software company, Michael Holm explains.

Systematic's assignment is to analyse what data is required to ensure optimal mission planning for JSF. In addition, the company will prepare a solution for how the necessary information can be provided. Systematic has previously conducted analyses and developed software for other countries outside the US for the JSF project. The news was reported by national daily newspaper Børsen.

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