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The SUMICSID group was incorporated in 1993 in Sweden, Denmark and Belgium and consists currently of the main company with head quarter in Brussels, Belgium. Originally devoted to promoting consulting and training in systems analysis and production management, the scope was enlarged to risk management in 1994, when also the consulting activities began to be formalized into projects. Currently, the group is active in the research, analysis and control of efficiency, regulation and risk. The firm also offers training in their core domain to individuals and enterprises. The management consists of one general manager and two senior associates. Staff includes also three associate consultants and one assistant consultant. SUMICSID has partnership agreements with several economic and technical consultants and agencies to broaden the expertise and share workload.


The business model of SUMICSID is based on the credo that the creation of new models (research), the sharing of information (teaching) and application of advanced methods (service) are in strong synergy through our highly qualified staff; university professors and active researchers. To reflect this synergy, where the two first are represented by the constructionist quote Docendo Discimus (by teaching we learn, Seneca), the service is the symmetric anagram of discimus = sumicsid. The graphical identity of SUMICSID also has its interpretation but we keep you guessing on that.

This site is simple and operational and will stay with this design. Active operational projects are handled on project platforms, in particular Worksmart. SUMICSID is in particular known for its international energy cost benchmarking projects such as TCB18, E3GRID, E2GAS, ECOM+ and NEMESYS. Some software prototypes may be downloadable in the future for the business area network regulation, such as the associated site We also plan to launch sections for our business areas Courses and Contracting.

Another overworked and underpaid employee of this company, in which the corporate culture considers coffeebreaks as grand theft. He recently got better eyesight (too little nightwork), so the text was downgraded from 3 to 1 in most pages. Helpful advice from Jerome C at Logiscom improved the appearance and size of the site.