Addnode Group acquires product for fire and rescue departments


STOCKHOLM, February 3, 2014 - Addnode Group's subsidiary Tekis acquires Alarmos,
a management system for the fire and rescue departments. The acquisition will
strengthen the market position even further since Tekis already has its own
system for fire and rescue departments processes.
Alarmos has a turnover just under SEK10 million and one hundred municipalities
and rescue associations are today its customers. Tekis existing solution for the
fire and rescue market is based on the proprietary product Core, which today is
the leader in this segment.
"This acquisition increases customer value in our current offerings and will
strengthen our ability to meet growing customer needs. Our product Core is a
strong offering to the fire and rescue departments and with Alarmos we will
create an even more complete offering. This shows our intention to be our
customers' partner in the municipal market", says Carin Andersson, CEO at Tekis.
The product Alarmos will be integrated into Addnode Group's subsidiary Tekis.
The parties have decided not to reveal any details of the transaction.
Staffan Hanstorp, CEO and President, Addnode Group AB
Phone: +46 (0) 733 77 24 30, e-mail:
Carin Andersson, CEO, Tekis AB
Phone: +46 (0) 8 404 31 81, e-mail:
Johan Andersson, CFO, Addnode Group AB
Phone: +46 (0) 704 20 58 31, e-mail:
About Addnode Group
Addnode Group provides mission-critical IT solutions to selected markets in both
private and public sectors. We acquire, build and manage companies that deliver
mission-critical IT solutions for the specific needs of our clients. Every day,
250,000 engineers use our systems to develop and maintain products, buildings
and facilities. 100,000 civil servants in the public sector use our solutions
for municipal and state administration.
We are 950 employees in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Serbia, India and USA.
In 2012 net sales totaled SEK 1.365 M. Addnode's Series B share is listed on the
OMX Nordic List, Small Cap. More information about Addnode Group on