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Big success for "SAXESS"

12-11-2007 07:28 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

Press release from: Software Competence Center Hagenberg (SCCH)

Klaus Pirklbauer, managing director of the SCCH, and his guests!

Klaus Pirklbauer, managing director of the SCCH, and his guests!

Business associates of the Software Competence Center Hagenberg celebrated

More than 80 business clients of the Software Competence Center Hagenberg (SCCH) celebrated the end of a prosperous business year. The event themed "SAXESS" took place in the brand-new high riser - named "Wissensturm". Jazz music at its best was presented by the Band "Linzer Charme".

Beside the jovial get-together, the presentation of the annual report 2006/2007 was the main focus of that festival. Because of the excellent order situation the operating income rose up to 4.9 million Euro and the SCCH provided 95 jobs for internal as well as external qualified employees in the field of software development.

The highlight in 2007 - the SCCH becomes a COMET K1 center!
The competence center programme COMET supports the building up of competence centers that are based on a top-level research programme jointly formulated by science and industry. The first projects will start January next year!

Software Competence Center Hagenberg (SCCH)
Sofwarepark 21
A-4232 Hagenberg, Austria
e: sekr@scch.at
w: www.scch.at
p: + 43 7235 3343-887

Presscontact:
Mag. Martina Höller
e: martina.hoeller@scch.at
w:www.scch.at
p: +43 7235 3343-887

The Software Competence Center Hagenberg (SCCH) is one ofe the largest independent software research centers in Austria a harbinger in software related, technological research & development trends. SCCH's success is reflected in the Best Business Award 2004, the award for top performance among companies, and the Upper Austrian Innovation Award 2005, which ist the result fo excellence in science and software engineering.

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