Our standard agreements can be used by all those who buy and sell IT and telecom services. The contracts are in line with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the changes this will mean for all processing of personal data.
A commercial contract contains two sections – a unique section for the specific agreement and a general section consisting of a standard contract. Contracts that are based on our standard contracts can be concluded quickly and require relatively little legal knowledge. In order for the standard contract to become part of the individual contract, the general rule is that the counterparty must be familiar with the content of the standard contract. This is achieved by enclosing the standard contract with the individual contract.
All of our standard contracts, digital and printed contract documents are available for purchase from our online shop. The easiest way is to subscribe to our digital standard contracts – this provides all employees at your company with access to your standard contracts digitally, at any time and wherever you are when you need it!
If your company is a member of TechSverige (or associated company) or any of Almega’s other associations, you can buy standard contracts at a heavily discounted price. All agreements are fore sale in our webbshop
Basic Principles of Business Ethics
The purpose of our basic business ethics principles is to provide TechSveriges members with guidelines for how employees, suppliers, customers and other stakeholders should be treated in a legal, fair and ethically acceptable manner.
We, members of TechSverige, must contribute to sustainable development and our operations are based on existing international and national agreements and conventions as well as national laws and regulations.
Basic Principles of Business Ethics
TechSverige is a member-driven organisation, which means that you, as a representative of one of our member companies, can greatly contribute to and influence our operations.
TechSveriges members are involved in everything from strategic business planning and problem formulation to lobbying activities and anchoring decisions and opinions in industry-specific advocacy.
Our committee activities aim to ensure that our influence and advocacy work is firmly established at our members and also to provide an arena for the exchange of knowledge and experiences.
TechSverige is a member organisation for all companies within the tech sector and its mission is to create the best possible conditions for a competitive Swedish tech industry.
The Committee for Payment, Cashier and e-Commerce Systems
The Committee for Payment, Cashier and e-Commerce Systems principally brings together companies that supply payment systems for cash-based trading and resellers of cash registers and control units. Read more (in Swedish)
Committee for welfare technology
The committee focuses on technologies and services that facilitate and streamline both access to and the use of welfare services in health and social care, for example, and the digitisation of the public sector. Read more (in Swedish)
The overall purpose of the committee is to coordinate those members of TechSverige who are interested in working with issues related to data-driven innovation, digital social development and how to adapt copyright and data protection to digitisation. Read more (in Swedish)
IT skills committee
The IT skills committee focuses on support initiatives to satisfy the demand from industry and the public sector for IT skills, in both the short term and the long term. There is a major demand for skills within the tech industry and the digital sector as a whole and this is a high-priority issue among our member companies. Read more (in Swedish)
The sustainability committee actively works both to present the industry as a facilitator of sustainable development for the whole of society and to achieve positive development in the industry’s own sustainability work, with the aim of being a single voice for the entire tech industry on the subject of sustainability. Read more (in Swedish)
The telecom committee brings together members who are interested in everything from digital infrastructure to telecom regulation. It discusses issues such as data storage, security alarms, customer confidence, EU Directive 2014/61/EU and alternative methods of laying fibre cable, as well as the costs and conditions for achieving the government’s broadband targets. Read more (in Swedish).