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New Partnership with Paderborn-based Software Quality Lab

Orga Systems utilizes IT expertise

(PresseBox) (Paderborn, Germany, ) The Software Quality Lab (s-lab), an institution closely associated with the University Paderborn, and Orga Systems GmbH, leading software provider for convergent real-time billing in mobile communication, form a partnership. With the professed goal to cooperate closely in the development of high-quality software products, an open-ended collaboration was decided upon.

“The proximity to Paderborn University is an enormous locational advantage for us as an internationally focused IT company. The obvious benefits of such a close cooperation are apparent to both sides“, explains Rainer Neumann, CEO Orga Systems.

The s-lab and Orga Systems both profit from the constant interchange between science and economy. For one, the real-world challenges provide the s-lab with new problem-solving approaches and research pathways. Orga Systems, on the other hand, secures a direct channel to the most recent data and cutting-edge developments in the billing field, thus gaining a large competitive advantage over the competition through the accelerated implementation of innovative software solutions.

2005 saw the founding of the s-lab, an institution which, after two successful years, enters into an extensive partnership with Orga Systems, making this the seventh such cooperation between the s-lab and regional companies. On Wednesday, September the 19th, 2007, the agreement was signed by Rainer Neumann, CEO Orga Systems GmbH, and Prof. Dr. G. Engels, chairman of the s-lab.

Prof. Dr. Gregor Engels is looking forward to a successful cooperation and is sure that Orga Systems GmbH is an excellent addition. “We are happy that Orga Systems GmbH acknowledges the quality the s-lab puts forward and that the company has decided to enter into a longstanding partnership“, said Engels.