SoftwareOne wins European software tender (EAP2023)


Amsterdam, 14 December 2023 - SoftwareOne, a leading global provider of software and cloud solutions, has won the European software tender EAP2023. The contract concerns the supply of standard software and related services to a large number of Dutch ministries, associated organisational units and various independent administrative bodies (ZBOs). The contract has a term of two years, with the possibility of extending it for another maximum of two years.

Apart from SoftwareOne, the EAP2023 has two more winners, namely Dustin and Protinus IT. Within the contract, mini-competitions will take place to determine who gets the contract for certain components. EAP2024 was coordinated by the Ministry of Justice and Security. The participating agencies employ a total of about 155,000 employees, spread across various locations in the Netherlands. The participants' installed base covers software from more than 100 vendors.

Sancho Latumahina, Director Sales SoftwareOne: "I am very pleased that we are again able to supply software licences to our central government in the coming years. With this order as a solid foundation, we are determined to further strengthen our reputation as a market leader. This win is the result of dedication, expertise and commitment we have shown throughout the process."

About SoftwareOne
SoftwareOne is a leading global provider of software and cloud solutions. It is reshaping the way companies develop, procure and manage all things cloud. SoftwareOne helps organisations migrate and modernise their workloads and applications to the cloud. It guides them through the changes involved and the software needed to do so, and helps them optimise their cloud environment. In doing so, SoftwareOne unlocks the true value of technology. With 9,250 employees and a sales and distribution presence in 90 countries, it provides organisations with access to 7,500 software brands. Based in Stans, Switzerland, SoftwareOne is listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange under the ticker symbol SWON. For more information, visit

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