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25. november 2019
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FOUR DANISH UNIVERSITY COLLEGES BUY CICERO EXPLORE FOR A BETTER OVERVIEW OF LIBRARY DATA

Cicero Explore is a business intelligence solution for the library solution Cicero LMS, which makes it possible to see and use library data. Four university colleges have decided to buy Cicero Explore after trialling the product.

There is no shortage of data in libraries and schools. There is a problem, however, in navigating in and extracting useful information from all the data.

Cicero Explore is an add-on product for the Cicero Library Management System (LMS), which helps libraries to create an overview of as well as providing insights into their library data, for example loans data. This makes it easier for librarians to optimise library operations and make the right decisions regarding book purchases, book stocks and book loans.

During the trial period, all four libraries using Cicero LMS were able to access Cicero Explore. At the end of the trial period, the four university colleges all decided to buy the solution, so that they can continue to access key figures about their libraries. The four university colleges participating in the trial were VIA University College, University College South Denmark (UCS), UCL University College and University College North Denmark (UCL).

Peter Rubeck Olesen, library director at UCN, sees significant benefits in using Systematic’s add-on product:

“Cicero Explore gives us a good idea of which materials the students are borrowing. We can, for example, see when the material was published, which languages the students are reading, and which subject categories they are borrowing.

“Being able to see the students’ book borrowing patterns is very helpful, as it enables us to support the individual study programmes’ knowledge resources more effectively. We can provide the study programmes with statistics, and we can support the students better in how they use foreign material, for example, if necessary.”

Peter Rubeck Nyhed

Libraries now able to generate their own reports

In purchasing Cicero Explore, the four university colleges have access to the functions which they got to know during the trial period. The Cicero Explore solution comprises, for example, standard reports that enable library staff to view selected key figures about their users, loans and reservations at the press of a button – for example the 20 most popular books and the library’s total lending.

In addition, they also have access to the Cicero Explore design client, which enables the libraries to compose their own reports. In the design client, it is possible to compare data, and present it graphically in countless ways. The libraries can, for example, establish whether there are any ‘dead’ books which have never been lent out, and measure the success of any initiatives which they launch. If a library has organised a theme abut the Middle Ages, for example, afterwards they can study the data and measure whether the theme has prompted more people to borrow books related to the period.

At UCN, the staff are delighted at the prospect of being able to put their finger on how the students are using the libraries, and on which initiatives work. It makes it easier to make good decisions and to explain their choices:

“Before, we acted on our feelings. With Cicero Explore, we can document exactly how the material is used at the college libraries,” says Peter Rubeck Olesen.

Skrevet af Iulia Kolesnicov
6. november 2019
Systematic A/S

SYSTEMATIC TO DELIVER CRITICAL MARINE COORDINATION SOFTWARE SOLUTION TO ØRSTED Ørsted and Systematic have just signed a framework agreement that makes Systematic a new supplier of marine planning & coordination software for the company’s offshore wind farms worldwide.

The global leader in developing and building offshore wind farms and the largest energy company in Denmark – Ørsted – has selected software company Systematic to supply the IT solution, which will be used to coordinate, plan, monitor and register all traffic to, from and within Ørsted offshore wind Farms all over the world.

The framework agreement is a major step forward for Systematic, developer of the SITE solution, and the intention is to use the system for marine coordination and offshore management in the construction and operation of Ørsted wind farms in Denmark, the USA, Germany, the Netherlands, the UK and Taiwan.

“Ørsted is an important partner for us. With the company’s focus on streamlining logistics and increasing the security of its wind farms, Systematic will have the best possible opportunities to demonstrate the value of the overall SITE solution in this critical field. We are very much looking forward to working with other key companies operating in the wind energy sector, so that we can work together to create the best possible solution for Ørsted and other potential customers,” declares Flemming Thomsen, Vice President of Digital Transformation at Systematic.

Tremendous growth and high demands on suppliers The high demand for renewable energy has created tremendous growth in the wind energy sector. This in turn places high demands on suppliers in terms of operational safety, the working environment, decision-making overviews and process optimisation. These are all essential in an industry operating under harsh weather conditions in a complex operating environment, at the same time as focusing sharply on reducing cost of energy.

SITE is a scalable, modular solution for use by marine coordinators at offshore wind farms. Their task is to monitor all the people working in and around offshore wind farms, as well as monitoring all marine and helicopter traffic to and from the individual installations. SITE is based on an open system architecture, which makes it easy to integrate other solutions and services also used in offshore wind farms and in the vessels, aircraft, helicopters and other equipment deployed to service them.

IT and operational security is paramount

With SITE, Systematic provides a cloud-based, future-proof solution that can be scaled to include everything from a single wind farm to monitoring clusters of different wind farms around the world, a step that is crucial to Ørsted’s global growth. A user-friendly interface combined with a high level of IT security built into its setup enables Ørsted to handle personal data in full compliance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in all appropriate situations.

“As with most of the solutions we develop at Systematic – whether they’re for the healthcare, defence or energy industries – it is vital that they are reliable in all conditions and that IT security is top-notch. We are pleased with the confidence that Ørsted has shown us by selecting the Systematic solution for coordinating marine activities in conjunction with Ørsted offshore wind farm operations,” explains Flemming Thomsen.

The SITE solution provides a real-time overview of the exact location and status of employees, vessels and equipment, and is able to constantly monitor exactly what is going on and the departure points and destinations for all of these key assets. It is essential for safety that this data is always available, so that important decisions can be made quickly and on an informed basis when working at sea.

ABOUT SITE
SITE is a cloud-based SaaS solution that consists of a number of integrated modules for planning traffic to and from individual wind turbines, to provide a situational overview of wind farms, for location tracking and to monitor the exact whereabouts of employees working in and around these facilities.

The SITE software package features built-in communication redundancy, which means that all the necessary information is always available, regardless of the quality of the communication lines.

SITE is provided with hardware for crew tracking supplied by partner Semco Maritime. Systematic and Semco Maritime jointly developed the Maritime People & Asset Management solution marketed by Semco Maritime as SemPam, which includes the SITE software applications.

Skrevet af Iulia Kolesnicov
25. september 2019
Systematic A/S

STORT POTENTIALE MED TELEMEDICIN I FREMTIDEN

Data i realtid og behandling i eget hjem skaber gode resultater for patienter. Derfor ses der et stort potentiale i den digitale behandlingsform i fremtiden, skriver Business Insights.

I en artikel fra Jyllands Postens tillægsavis Business Insights bliver der sat fokus på det store potentiale, som telemedicin åbner op for. De nye digitale kanaler giver mulighed for realtidspleje til patienter udenfor hospitalet eller lægeklinikken. Allerede i dag modtager patienter med bl.a. KOL, diabetes og hjertesygdomme behandling ved hjælp af telemedicin.

”Der er et solidt grundlag for at patienterne får et bedre sygdomsforløb med telemedicin, fordi de kan modtage behandlingen i trygge rammer. Men der ligger også et stort potentiale i forebyggelse, men potentialet er endnu ikke indfriet,” siger Claus Kjærgaard Andersen fra softwarevirksomheden Systematic.

Skrevet af Iulia Kolesnicov
7. juni 2019
Systematic A/S

THE SYSTEMATIC JOY OF READING AWARD HELPS PROVIDE BOOKS FOR CHILDREN IN SOUTH AFRICA

On Sunday 2 June at Dokk1 in Aarhus, Denmark, the Nal’ibali - Reading for Enjoyment Campaign project in South Africa was honoured for its work with fundamentally transforming the culture of reading in South Africa. The USD 10,000 prize that accompanies this award will send more books into the hands of the country’s children, says Nal’ibali director Jade Jacobsohn. PRESS RELEASE03 June 2019

When Jade Jacobsohn from the South African reading project Nal’ibali - Reading For Enjoyment Campaign received the Systematic Joy of Reading Award at Dokk1 in Aarhus, Denmark, on 2 June, the joy was unmistakable.

“When you work hard and are passionate about a good cause, you often forget to stop and look up to see what’s been accomplished. Winning the Joy of Reading Award was a welcome opportunity to reflect on the results that the many hours, long days and the good teamwork have resulted in,” explained Nal’ibali director Jade Jacobsohn, after receiving the award at the bi-annual international Next Library® conference.

28 projects from around the world contested for the award, which focuses on initiatives that disseminate the joy and the opportunity to read and is thus part of the wider struggle against illiteracy.

The award was presented to the winner by the president of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA), Glòria Pérez-Salmerón from Spain.

Apartheid gave rise to widespread illiteracy

The jury explained the selection of Nal’ibali - Reading for the Enjoyment Campaign as the winner with the fact that the project reaches out to many South African children, young people and families with messages, guidance and practical tools that encourage and support family reading.

Nal’ibali produces and distributes stories for children in different languages and enables children and adolescents to participate in one of the 3700 reading clubs the project has established in nine of South Africa’s provinces. By the end of 2018, more than 140,000 children were attending Nal’ibali reading clubs and nearly half a million books had been distributed to children and families via the project.

Unfortunately, all this is badly needed. The latest study of South African children’s reading skills shows that 78% of all fourth-grade children are unable to read and understand the meaning of a text in any language. Part of the reason, according to Jade Jacobsohn, lies in the legacy of the apartheid regime’s oppression of the African population, including the repression of those cultures and languages.

Nal’ibali publishes material in all these 11 languages, and the core of the project lies in maintaining people’s opportunities to read and express themselves in the languages prevailing in the area where they grow up.

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Storytelling in everyday life

Nal’ibali is the largest reading campaign in South Africa, and the demand for the project’s services is considerable. Visit the project's website here.

“Although we are the largest reading campaign in South Africa, we are only able to reach a small part of the country’s children, and so we continue to put our hearts and minds together in the hope of finding strategic partnerships that enable us to increase our influence in society and to get more books out to the many eager little hands,” says Jade Jacobsohn.

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Nal’ibali means “Here is the story” in isiXhosa – one of the 11 official languages of South Africa.

The project is based on the fact that everybody has a story to tell – regardless of whether you know how to read or write. And such storytelling is the key to building a strong reading culture. The project therefore focuses on storytelling and reading as natural parts of everyday life.

Good reading habits start at home

Nal’ibali makes illustrated stories and audiobooks available in print and online, and guides families and caregivers on how to enhance narrative and reading habits in children, adolescents and in the family in general.

“Children are influenced by their parents’ focus and habits in everyday life. Nal’ibali is doing a wonderful job helping families to establish good reading habits as part of their everyday lives.

Implementing storytelling and the joy of reading at home will benefit the children greatly throughout their lives,” explains jury chairperson Marian Morgan-Bindon, who is also the head of the libraries in Oxfordshire County Council in the UK.

She believes that the Systematic Joy of Reading Award helps raise awareness that reading is of great importance to the day-to-day life of the individual.

“The award recognises the many different ways people are working to spread reading pleasure around the world. There are many good examples among the nominees, which others can be inspired by and implement in their local area. The award helps give winners opportunities to extend the scope of their project and thus reach even more people,” she says.

The ability to read opens doors

Danish software company Systematic, one of whose activities involves developing library solutions, is behind the Joy of Reading Award, which was set up to recognise international initiatives that work to spread the pleasure of reading and to bring an end to illiteracy.

“The ability to read is a door-opener to a wealth of opportunities in life, and it is important that children are told stories and learn to reflect on the stories they are presented with, right from a very young age. Nal’ibali is a very fine example of a reading project with just this kind of focus,” explains Michael Holm, CEO of Systematic.

The purpose of the Nal’bali - Reading for Enjoyment Campaign is to fundamentally change the reading culture in South Africa – one story at a time. It has been running since 2012, and 20% of all South Africans are thought to have since been in contact with the project.

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What made the jury agree onthe Na’libali project as the winner of the award?

The jury especially liked the way this project:

Focuses on the parent as a role model for reading Creates conditions for children to develop a love of reading Focuses on all ages, from babies to older high-school children Features a broad conception of material that can stimulate the joy of reading (games, songs and oral storytelling) Recognises the power of communities to make a difference Ensures a sustained impact across a broad spectrum of contexts Focuses on the impact that the social and physical environments have on reading. About the Joy of Reading Award

The Joy of Reading Award was set up by Systematic in collaboration with Next Library® – an international library conference at which professionals from all over the world gather every two years in Aarhus, Denmark. The award is accompanied by a USD 10,000 cash prize, and the winner is selected by an international jury.

The award was presented for the first time in 2017 by Her Royal Highness Princess Laurentien of the Netherlands, who is the founder of The Reading & Writing Foundation.

For further information please contact Systematic PR & Communications Manager

Maia Lindstrøm Sejersen
Phone number: +45 41 96 50 13
Email: maia.lindstrom.sejersen@systematic.com

Skrevet af Iulia Kolesnicov

Regnskab for Systematic A/S

Regnskab for Systematic A/S

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SYSTEMATIC A/S

Momsnummer

DK78834412

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Aktieselskab

Etableret

1985

Antal ansatte

500 - 999

Regnskab 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Valuta EUR EUR EUR EUR EUR EUR EUR
Omsætning 48.968.000 52.417.000 60.338.000 80.939.000 132.694.000 111.434.000 116.124.000
Bruttofortjeneste 34.039.000 34.416.000 39.519.000 46.607.000 100.204.000 72.143.000 72.763.000
Årets resultat 2.124.000 2.503.000 4.512.000 7.763.000 38.850.000 13.030.000 8.710.000
Egenkapital 16.142.000 18.800.000 21.727.000 25.742.000 59.512.000 45.778.000 51.306.000
Balance 31.759.000 37.441.000 42.362.000 58.280.000 110.936.000 86.999.000 83.375.000

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