HiQ wins framework agreement in Kammarkollegiet's procurement

HiQ signs a framework agreement with Kammarkollegiet (The Legal, Financial and Administrative Services Agency) regarding system development.

The agreement is effective for two years with an option to extend for an additional two, and means that hundreds of Swedish authorities and public organisations can use HiQ as a supplier.

"We are proud and happy about this new framework agreement. The digitalisation of society affects all organisations at all levels, and we look forward to supporting that development with our know-how and experience, says Anders Nilsson at HiQ.

The agreement covers software and services used for system development and system administration. HiQ is one of seven vendors selected within the system development framework agreement, in which the total value is estimated to around SEK 400 million per year. The agreement can be used by, for example, public authorities, county councils and municipalities.

HiQ is an acknowledged partner in large and challenging IT projects. HiQ has helped many organisations within the public sector to streamline their operations.

"Our passion is to make people's everyday lives simpler and better. We have been doing it for 20 years and look forward to continue simplifying for everyone who are in contact with public authorities and organisations," says Lars Stugemo, President and CEO at HiQ.


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HiQ International
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