SIG wins ICTRegie Award

On Wednesday the Software Improvement Group (SIG) won the ICTRegie Award. The CWI spin-off SIG analyses any software source code in an automated manner. The company maps out the quality of the system, measures the changeability and assesses the situation. All based on automated analysis of source code. Paul Klint, Tobias Kuipers, Arie van Deursen and Marjo Wildvank are the founders of SIG.

Publication date: 28-05-2008

On Wednesday the Software Improvement Group (SIG) won the ICTRegie Award.

The CWI spin-off SIG analyses any software source code in an automated manner. The company maps out the quality of the system, measures the changeability and assesses the situation. All based on automated analysis of source code. Paul Klint, Tobias Kuipers, Arie van Deursen and Marjo Wildvank are the founders of SIG.

The ICT Regie Award is given to a person or group that has been able to convert the results of scientific research into a successful profitable, or social enterprise. Read more about the ICTRegie Award.

SIG was also nominated for the Koning Willem I Award, but came off second with only one vote short.

More information about SIG can be found at www.sig.nl.