Report from Sigma's Extraordinary General Meeting on June 16, 2004

Sigma's Extraordinary General Meeting on June 16, 2004, authorized the Board to decide on the new issue of a total of not more than 350,637 new A shares and not more than 17,583,951 new B shares in Sigma. In this regard, the Board shall have the right to decide on waiving the preferential rights of the shareholders as well as the provisions intended in Chapter 4, §6 of the Swedish Companies Act. Sigma AB has made a public offer to the shareholders in and holders of convertible debentures 2003/2006 issued by RKS AB (publ) ("RKS") in which Sigma offers to acquire all shares in and convertible debentures issued by RKS against payment in the form of newly issued shares in Sigma. The shares that could be issued based on the aforementioned authorization shall be provided as consideration in conjunction with Sigma's offer to the shareholders in and the holders of convertible debentures issued by RKS. This authorization is valid in addition to the authorization provided at the 2004 Annual General Meeting. If the authorization is fully utilized, it will mean about a 20.7% dilution of the capital and approximately 21.4% of the votes. Sigma delivers IT solutions and consulting services to development-intensive customers. Operations are based on entrepreneur-driven, niche-oriented subsidiaries organized within the Business Solutions, IT Solutions and Information Solutions business areas. The Group has about 700 employees in Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Switzerland. Sigma is listed on the O-List of Stockholmsbörsen. For more information, contact: • Sune Nilsson, President Sigma AB (publ), +46 703 79 15 28 • Lars Sundqvist, CFO of Sigma, +46 703 79 22 02

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