Arctic Group participated in the 2012 WCO IT Conference & Exhibition held in Tallinn, Estonia from 6 – 8 June 2012. This year’s topic was “IT Transforms Core Business for Customs and its Stakeholders”, a very apt theme that holds true for Arctic Group’s key customs solutions, ArcticTARIFF, ArcticFAST and ArcticPORTAL.
Arctic Group is a regular exhibitor at this prestigious Customs event organized by WCO and similar to other years, this year’s event and exhibition had been a fulfilling and successful one for our Customs solutions team. The event saw more than 400 conference participants and our exhibition team had a busy and enjoyable time attending to the visitors and helping to address their questions and queries regarding Arctic Group’s solutions and services.
To all the participants who had visited our booth, we sincerely thank you for registering your interest in Arctic Group and we look forward to communicating with you again.
Arctic Group will be participating as an Exhibitor at the 3rd Annual WCO Technology & Innovation Forum organized by World Customs Organization (WCO) and Royal Malaysian Customs. The forum is scheduled to be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 6 March to 9 March 2012.
We are continuously expanding and need to strengthen our new team in Stockholm with skilled IT consultants. Today you are probably calling yourself a system developer, IT architect, tester, test manager, project manager, system integrator or similar. We are looking for someone who sees a challenge in participating in establishing our new office.
You can read more at Work for us.
On September 27 Arctic Group was officially awarded quality and environment certfications according to ISO standards 9001:2008 and 14001:2004. Our operation has for a long time been structured and run according to internal management systems that in practice have fulfilled all the requirements in the standards. However, now we have proof that Arctic Group fulfills all quality and environmental requirements that many of our customers expects from us.
The Swedish police, Rikspolisstyrelsen, have awarded Arctic Group a frame agreement concerning IT consultancy services within the areas System development and System maintenance. The agreement is valid for two years with an option to extend it for an additional year.
- We are delighted that Rikspolisstyrelsen has chosen us as one of their prime suppliers and are looking forward to a fruitful cooperation, says Anders Lundkvist, CEO, Arctic Group.
Rikspolisstyrelsen is, amongst other, responsible for development of technology and methodologies to support the Swedish police.
For many years we have been active in different ways in the Stockholm area. Now we decided it was the right time to establish. Please visit our new office in Stockholm. Located on Rosenlundsgatan 60 we are close to many of our partners and customers. If you would like to work for us, contact us.
Arctic Group and Kammarkollegiet have renewed the frame agreement concerning Open Source. The agreement is valid for two years starting 2011 and can be prolonged for another two years.
The frame agreement can be used by governmental authorities, foundations and other organizations with connections to the government. Also, some municipalities and county councils have chosen to connect to the frame agreement.
For more information see www.avropa.se
The criterias for being awarded are:
Arctic Group fulfills all these requirements more than well.
Our consultancy agency business is growing fast and we are continually identifying and developing new business contracts.
We have the following frame agreements: Read more »
Arctic Group has renewed its framework agreement as one of the primary supplier of global IT services to telecommunications powerhouse, TeliaSonera. The framework agreement is valid for two years, with effect from 2010, and is renewable for a further year.
In cooperation with IBM and Intracom, Arctic Group attended the World Customs Organisation IT Conference & Exhibition in Dublin, Ireland, 28 - 30 April 2010.
The theme of this event was Fusing Data to Transform Business Processes and we presented our products ArcticTARIFF and ArcticFAST.
Intensive usage of ICT can reduce Green House Gas (GHG) emissions by over 25 % annually by 2020 compared with 2006 levels. This is presented in a report from IDC. The report summarizes ICT technologies that are most likely to have positive effects and using ICT in energy generation and distribution had the greatest possibility of carbon saving.
Arctic Group continues to grow. This time Magnus Bergström has joined Arctic Group. His recent occupation has been at the Swedish Customs IT department. We welcome Magnus to Arctic Group. We also greet Sven Lindström welcome to Arctic Group. He has been with us for some time on a temporary contract, but now he is permanently with us. Welcome.
Christmas Peace is approaching and from Arctic Group we wish all our customers and partners a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.