The EG story starts in Herning in 1978, when EDB Gruppen A/S with Erik Ove Nielsen as CEO is formed. The following years the company grows significantly and acquires companies like JDC, Datainform and Dolberg Data.
EDB Gruppen is quoted on the stock exchange, and IBM takes over the majority shareholding.
Jens Frølund is appointed as CEO.
Leif Vestergaard is appointed as CEO.
EG acquires IT Gruppen AS
Nordic Capital takes over the majority shareholding from IBM, and EDB Gruppen is delisted from the stock exchange
EG acquires u9consult A/S
EDB Gruppen A/S changes its name to EG A/S
EDB Gruppen has first turnover of DKK 1 billion
EG acquires Bygteq it a/s
EG acquires Daab A/S
EG acquires Brandsoft A/S
For the first time EG has more than 1,000 employees
EG acquires Kommuneinformation A/S
EG acquires Thy Data and Dynaway
EG acquires NeoProcess A/S
EG acquires ASP A/S
EG acquires Örebro Computer Service AB.
EG acquires ADB Team Norge AS
EG acquires NaviCom AS
Axcel takes over the majority shareholding from Nordic Capital
EG acquires NaviPartner Bedrift as
EG acquires Unitail AB
EG acquires Datapro A/S
EG acquires Team Online A/S
EG acquires IT-Minds ApS
EG acquires Tacticus AB
EG acquires EMAR A/S
EG acquires Silkeborg Data A/S
EG acquires Strato
EG acquires Medius Dynamics AB
EG acquires part of NORRIQ's ERP business