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Renewed trust by the Swedish Golf Federation

Press release   •   Jun 26, 2019 13:45 UTC

Sigma IT has gained renewed trust as the Swedish Golf Federation’s IT partner.

For several years, Sigma IT supplies infrastructure services to the Swedish Golf Federation. Together they deliver a platform for the entire golf community in Sweden where the systems are used by approximately 450 golf clubs and 450 000 players. Sigma IT is responsible for operations and support of the Swedish Golf Federation's IT solutions that give golfers the opportunity to administrate their profile and book tee times for their upcoming rounds.

– Sigma and the Swedish Golf Federation have worked together since the beginning of year 2000 and Sigma has delivered a safe and stable system platform. Also, Sigma understands our needs and is a perfect IT partner for us, says Nicklas Sundberg, IT project manager and operations manager at the Swedish Golf Federation.

– We are very proud and happy to continue our partnership with the Swedish Golf Federation. We have worked together for many years and we are looking forward to continue contributing to the Swedish Golf Federation's work for golf lovers in Sweden, concludes Johan Thörnberg, Customer Success Manager at Sigma IT.

About Serve by Sigma

At Serve by Sigma, we’re independent IT specialists within the Sigma IT Group. Serve combines consulting services and managerial services 24/7, as well as support – all based on an industrialized operating model.


For further information please contact:

Johan Thörnberg, Customer Success Manager, Sigma IT
Phone: + + 46 722 32 86 91

Beatrice Silow, VP Communications and Culture, Sigma IT
Phone: + 46 703 79 15 05

Sigma is a leading consulting group with an objective to make our customers more competitive. Our means is technological know-how and a constant passion for finding better solutions. In total we are 4400 employees in fourteen countries.

Sigma is owned by Danir, held by the Dan Olofsson family. 

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