EDB Business Partner buys Framfab offices in Norway

EDB Business Partner buys Framfab offices in Norway EDB Business Partner has bought Framfab offices in Oslo, Stavanger and Bergen, Norway. Per Olav Andersen, CEO of Framfab, Norway is pleased with the deal. "Framfab has been undergoing a restructuring process in order to focus on our core business and make Framfab profitable again," said Mr Andersen. "In this process, we have been anxious to secure the future employment of our current staff. We are very happy to have succeeded in this." The goal for EDB Business Partner is to strengthen its consultancy profile, and to establish EDB Business Consulting as a leading provider of business consultancy services in Norway. This new venture will be a part of the fully owned subsidiary, EDB Bundator AS and BDS AS. For more information: Per Olav Andersen CEO Framfab AS, phone +47 69 21 14 10 per-olav.Andersen@framfab.no Erling Brøndmo, Market Communication Manager Framfab AS, phone +47 69211430 erling.brondmo@framfab.no Leif Andersson, VP Corporate Communications Framfab, phone +46 709 41 22 32 leif.andersson@framfab.se Framfab is a global Internet services company whose mission is to deliver digital services based on internet technology Framfab currently runs operations in Austria, Bulgaria, Denmark, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland, Spain, UK, Sweden, Germany and the US. Many well-recognized global companies work with Framfab: 3M, AstraZeneca, AXA, Bosch, Carlsberg, Electrolux, France Telecom, I K E A, International Red Cross, le Groupe Pernod Ricard, Kellogg's, Packard- Bell, Maersk Sealand, Nike Europe, SAAB, SAS, Viag Interkom, Volvo Car Corporation and AB Volvo. Framfab is listed on the OM Stockholm Exchange's Attract 40 List (ticker FTID). Learn more at www.framfab.com ------------------------------------------------------------ This information was brought to you by BIT http://www.bit.se The following files are available for download: http://www.bit.se/bitonline/2001/04/20/20010419BIT01190/bit0001.doc http://www.bit.se/bitonline/2001/04/20/20010419BIT01190/bit0001.pdf