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Statoil enters into an agreement with EDB ErgoGroup


Oslo - EDB ErgoGroup has received notification that Statoil has exercised an option for consultancy services in the areas of SAP and Industrial IT for a further two years. The agreement entered into is an extension of a framework agreement that extends the current collaboration between Statoil and EDB ErgoGroup for consulting services.

The agreement provides for EDB ErgoGroup to be the prime supplier of consulting personnel to Statoil in the competence areas of SAP and Industrial IT. In addition, EDB ErgoGroup will provide consulting personnel to Statoil in other areas of IT competence.

“To us this agreement reflects Statoil’s recognition of the quality of our deliveries over the last two years, and a renewed expression of their confidence in EDB ErgoGroup. We look forward to continuing our excellent collaboration. Through our unique combination of in-depth business understanding of the Oil & Gas sector and our extensive SAP competence in the Nordic market, we will do our utmost to help ensure that Statoil continues to have the best possible IT systems,” comments Terje Mjøs, CEO at EDB ErgoGroup.

About the services to be delivered
The Industrial IT area comprises competence in relation to the production environment (platforms) and their administration, including integrated operations, aligning technology, work processes and people, security on platforms to enable safe interconnection between administrative and production systems, offshore data management, RFID, sensor and wireless technology, and other highly specialized Oil & Gas industry competence.

The SAP area comprises a broad range of competencies including Business Intelligence, Accounting & Financial Control, Treasury and Payment, Procurement, Sales and Logistics and Operations and Maintenance.

About EDB ErgoGroup
EDB ErgoGroup ASA is one of the leading Nordic IT companies, with some 10,000 employees and annual turnover approaching NOK 13 billion. The company is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange and operates from headquarters in Oslo with major activities in both the Norwegian and Swedish markets. In all, the company operates from 135 offices in 16 countries around the world.


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