One in three Norwegians are sceptical about whether the public sector stores their data securely, according to a survey conducted by Kantar for TietoEVRY. At the same time, more than half of the survey’s respondents said that they were sceptical about the way in which private companies store their data.
Finnish healthcare and the healthcare information systems suffer from the same basic problem: fragmentation. When there are multiple service providers, data processing is also fragmented says Joona Pylkäs, Head of Strategy and Business Development at TietoEVRY Healthcare.
To help new starters settle in, the most important thing to do is to help them begin creating a network.
TietoEVRY and the Eika Alliance, one of Norway's largest banks and insurance companies, have entered into a comprehensive strategic agreement for the delivery of next-generation core banking and payment solutions, including card services and digital channels. With these deliverables TietoEVRY will ensure that the Eika banks gain high-quality digital solutions that attend to compliance and security at the same time as innovative and future-oriented banking solutions.
TietoEVRY is supporting KEHA in a new digitalization push aimed at providing more modern and efficient administrative services to its stakeholders.
TietoEVRY has been positioned as a ‘Nordic Leader in the Banking Industry Ecosystem’ in ISG Provider Lens™ study 2020. According to the new report by the Information Services Group (ISG), there is significant interest among Nordic banks in new technologies to improve the customer experience, as the region aims to become the world’s first cashless society.
TietoEVRY, Ducky and Asplan Viak are now joining forces to create a holistic climate calculator that municipalities like Asker can use in their work to cut emissions – not just in their own sector, but also through enabling citizens to join the mission.