News • Feb 12, 2019 08:50 UTC
Encouraging girls to choose technology as a possible career – this is the vision of the Skool project, the initiative started by the Technology in Education Foundation, Hungary, Budapest. We have gotten a chance to meet the co-founder of the project and CEO Szilvi Koleszár, and Péter Guzsaly, Unicorn Whisperer.
News • Jan 21, 2019 09:39 UTC
For all you students interested in getting to know your future employer, come and visit these events to network, get inspired, and motivated. During the first part of 2019, a lot of exciting student career events will be arranged where you can talk to industry leaders and get ideas for your future career. You can meet Sigma representatives at the following events.
News • Jan 10, 2019 10:05 UTC
December 2018 was a special month for Sigma Technology Swedish offices. We had the first Sigma Christmas Challenge, our way to make both our bodies and souls feel good. During the challenge, we supported the fundraising event Musikhjälpen arranged as a collaboration between Swedish Radio, Swedish Television, and Radiohjälpen.
News • Dec 18, 2018 06:21 UTC
The BOTI 2018 Conference is a meeting place for leading businesses and organizations in the area of technical information. This year’s topics included technical information business, API documentation, analog, and digital worlds, and the future of information consumption – all with one common idea: to make the complex a bit simpler.
News • Nov 28, 2018 09:03 UTC
Sigma Technology Hungary has recently joined a new, self-conscious group of proud Hungarian companies. The initiative, called Aware Entrepreneurs (Vállalható Vállalkozás), unites firms that value integrity, transparency, and conscious business behavior.
Interview with Balázs Liktor, Knorr-Bremse Freight Car Budapest: Our Cooperation with Sigma is Flexible and Professional
News • Nov 14, 2018 14:17 UTC
Knorr-Bremse is the market leader manufacturer of brake systems for rail and commercial vehicles in the world. During the spring, the company's Freight Car department needed a partner for media representation at the international trade fair Innotrans 2018. “Sigma became the obvious choice with their suite of services and professional way of working,” says Balázs Liktor in the interview.
News • Nov 07, 2018 09:18 UTC
Our today’s guest is Levente Kovács, Vice Rector of Education at Óbuda University, Hungary, professor, former Vice Dean of Informatics Department. Professor Kovács also conducted a significant research in the area of physiological control systems, including the creation of artificial organs and control systems for them.
News • Oct 15, 2018 07:49 UTC
Sigma Technology Development has provided services in R&D for over 20 years. Now the company expands its services with a support expertise offering for product companies. Karl Evans comes in as COO for the new business area and brings his 18+ years’ experience in the aftermarket to the team. Karl has previously worked as Global Support Manager at Volvo Group Trucks Technology.
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Emil Rafstedt is a new unit manager for Sigma Technology Solutions in Gothenburg. With his substantial experience in IT business development, Emil will bring his competence and knowledge to the team and support the company in finding new talent.
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News • May 29, 2018 07:13 UTC
On April 19, 2018, Digital Business Transformation conference took place in the newly built Ericsson House, in Budapest, Hungary. The conference featured speeches on the changes brought by digital transformation in business life. Sigma Technology became a proud sponsor of the event and contributed to the conference with the keynote speech by Dóra Cseresnyés, COO at Sigma Technology Hungary.
News • May 23, 2018 07:00 UTC
News • May 22, 2018 09:09 UTC
During the first weekend of May, Sigma Technology office in Gothenburg welcomed ambitious and engaged engineers and students who decided to spend 24 hours together with one joint goal –creating solutions for a better society. The Expect a Better Tomorrow Hackathon in Gothenburg received support from our partners, friends, and sponsors.
News • May 09, 2018 09:17 UTC
How can we make Jönköping a better place for both visitors and inhabitants? How can we develop the region and make it more digital? These were the challenges that the participants of the first Sigma Technology Open Hackathon in Jönköping had to solve.