Republify joins Swedsoft

Swedsoft is happy to welcome Republify as a new member. Republify provides skill supply and consulting support in software development.

We had the opportunity for a small chat with Tobias Strandh, CEO at Republify.

Tobias Strandh, CEO at Republify explains that the staff has long experience in education of professionals and skills development at tech companies such as Ericsson, SAAB, Scania, Volvo Group, Volvo Cars as well as for employers in the Swedish public sector such as Göteborg stad, Västra Götalandsregionen, The Swedish Armed Forces, FRA (the National Defence Radio Establishment) and the Swedish Police.

“Software has throughout the years been a major focus and the very core of our product range and today we see even more that software affects all sectors. Being able to support with skills development in this area is an honour!” says Tobias.

The fact that he is a trained system developer has contributed to his understanding for software impact on society, he adds. He came into contact with Swedsoft through previous employers and had valuable insights into the importance of the joint work between leading Swedish technology companies and academia.

“We are happy to welcome Republify as a new Swedsoft member. Their engagement in skill supply will contribute to the voice of Swedsoft” says Gabriel Modéus, Swedsoft’s secretary general.


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