Sigma has applied for delisting from Nasdaq OMX Stockholm

Danir AB announced in a press release on April 22 that it had reached over 95% of the shares in Sigma by public cash offer from February 2013. Danir has subsequently requested that Sigma's Board will apply for delisting of the company's class B shares from NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. Such application has now been sent to NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. Sigma's Board expects that the delisting will take place during the month of May 2013.

Danir has also called for compulsory purchase of the remaining shares and convertible bond in accordance with the Swedish Companies Act.

April 30 2012

Sigma AB (publ)

For further information, please contact:

Håkan Karlsson, CEO, mobile +46 703 79 20 00

Lars Sundqvist, CFO, mobile +46 703 79 22 02

Sigma is obliged to publish the information in this press release in accordance with the Swedish Securities Market Act. The information was made public in Swedish on April 30 2013 at 1.00 PM.

Håkan Karlsson, CEO
E-post: hakan.karlsson@sigma.se
Telefon: +46 703-792000

Sigma is a long-term business partner wherever information technology makes a difference. We are a global actor with a Nordic base. We deliver the smartest solutions for our customers' business aims. Sigma is listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange and has about 1500 employees in eight countries. www.sigma.se

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Danir AB announced in a press release on April 22 that it had reached over 95% of the shares in Sigma by public cash offer from February 2013. Danir has subsequently requested that Sigma's Board will apply for delisting of the company's class B shares from NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. Such application has now been sent to NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. Sigma's Board expects that the delisting will take place during the month of May 2013.
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