In Addnode Group’s three divisions – Design Management, Product Lifecycle
Management and Process Management – the Group delivers software and services
to industries such as construction, real estate, manufacturing, automotive
and life sciences as well as to the public sector. Our solutions help companies
and authorities improve their efficiency in everything from case management
and citizen dialogues to design, construction and management of product data
throughout a product’s entire life cycle.
Design Management is one of the Nordic region’s leading providers of software and services for simulation, design and product data management to engineers and architects in the infrastructure, construction and real estate sectors, and to the manufacturing and marine industries. The division also develops software and services for project collaboration, and administration and maintenance of property and assets to customers in the Nordic countries, the UK, Australia and Canada. The division had sales of SEK 906 m in 2017.
Product Lifecycle Management
Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) is a leading European provider of software and services for developing products throughout their lifecycles – from idea, design, simulation and construction to sales, aftermarket and recycling. PLM systems enable companies to optimise processes in both global organisations and individual teams. Customers are in such industries as telecom, manufacturing, automotive, construction and civil engineering, energy production and medical technology, as well as in service and retail. The division had sales of SEK 920 m in 2017.
Process Management is a leading supplier of document and case management software and services to the public sector in Sweden, with growing business in Norway. The division offers reliable and secure software and services for public administration, e-archiving, information management and citizen dialogues. Customers consist of municipal administrations and authorities as well as a large number of private companies in the industrial and financial sectors. The division had sales of SEK 704 m in 2017.