Addnode Group merges subsidiaries Abou and Sokigo

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| Source: Addnode Group AB
Stockholm, October 24, 2016. Abou, a subsidiary to Addnode Group, will from year
-end be merged with the subsidiary Sokigo. The strengthened Sokigo will become a
leading software provider of e-services to municipalities in Sweden.
Abou and Sokigo are two subsidiaries within Addnode Group’s business area,
Process Management. Sokigo was established earlier in 2016 when the two
subsidiaries Tekis and Cartesia were combined under a new brand. Abou will from
January 1, 2017, be a part of Sokigo and the merger will strengthen the customer
offering towards municipalities on the Swedish market. This means that the new
company will be able to provide full-service solutions within software for e
-services, all the way from administrative support to long-term digital storage.

The new Sokigo will have approximately 140 employees lead by CEO, Pär Gillander.
Previous company name Abou will continue as a brand name for the e-service
platform, used by more than 60 municipalities in Sweden.

-        Earlier this year we took a grip of our offering towards the
municipality market by merging the companies’ Tekis and Cartesia. When infusing
Abou into Sokigo we create a market leading position with a strong regional
presence, which will catalyze innovation together with our customers, says
Andreas Wikholm, President of Addnode Groups business area Process Management.

Sokigo is a part of Addnode Group’s business area Process Management. Among the
customers are government agencies, 285 out of the total 290 Swedish
municipalities and a large number of privately held companies.
For more information, please contact:
Staffan Hanstorp, President and CEO Addnode Group AB
Tel: +46 (0) 73 377 24 30, e-mail: staffan.hanstorp@addnodegroup.com
Andreas Wikholm, President Addnode Group Process Management
Tel: +46 (0) 70 394 42 07, e-mail: andreas.wikholm@addnodegroup.com
About Addnode Group
Addnode Group acquires, operates and develops entrepreneur-driven companies that
supply software and services to markets in which we have or can achieve a
leading position. We are one of Europe’s leading suppliers of software and
services for design, construction and product data information, and a leading
supplier of document and case management systems to public sector clients in
Sweden and Norway. More than 600,000 engineers and officials use our system
solutions on a daily basis.
We are 1,200 employees in Sweden, Austria, Denmark, Finland, Germany, India,
Norway, Slovakia, UK, US and Serbia. Net sales in 2015 amounted to SEK 1,900 M.
Addnode Group's Series B share is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm. For more
information, please visit www.addnodegroup.com