Simplifying critical decision making, Systematic provides military command and control (C2), formatted messaging, coalition interoperability, and healthcare solutions globally.
Systematic is a global software company providing scalable software and services for defence, security organisations, and healthcare regions and hospitals in over 50 countries. It is the world leader in formatted messaging with IRIS, and land-based C2 with SitaWare.
Working internationally with local partners, Systematic is redefining defence and healthcare procurement with its off-the-shelf, easy to use, product suite for C2, situational awareness, crisis management, intelligence, electronic warfare, information exploitation, interoperability, and healthcare service logistics. The company also provides training, consultancy, and integration services in these highly specialised fields.
Today, Systematic is the largest privately owned software company in Denmark, focusing on Defence, Intelligence and National Security, and Healthcare. A common feature of all these sectors is a need to integrate, compare and analyse large volumes of complex data, generating information that allows decision-making based on a solid foundation, often in critical situations.
The company’s products and services are proven operationally in combat, humanitarian missions, emergency response, and internal security. SitaWare is selected as the C2 core for US and NZ Army, and many NATO countries. Australian Defence uses IRIS for formatted messaging across the organisation.
Headquartered in Aarhus, Denmark, Systematic has offices in Copenhagen, Australia, Finland, France, Germany, New Zealand, Singapore, Sweden, Romania, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom and the United States.
ISO 9001:2008 since 1992
AQAP 2110 and 2210: NATO Software Quality Assurance, since 1992
CMMI for Development 1.3, Maturity Level 5, since 2006
CEO: Michael Holm
Group Vice President, Defence: Andrew Graham
Vice President, Australia: David Horton
Vice President, NZ and Middle East: Mike Magill