Tietoevry has been positioned as a leader in all four categories of the newly released Digital Banking Services 2021 ISG Provider Lens™ Study for the Nordics.
Following the new strategy announced in October, Tietoevry kicks off the year unveiling a renewed brand and identity where technology, humanity and responsibility are at the core. The six new specialized businesses, operational since 1st of January, are also renamed to reflect their distinct focus and market position.
Integrated Payment Services Limited (IPSL) is the Kenya Bankers Association’s (KBA) real-time payment services company. Recently, IPSL launched a modernized real-time payment system based on ISO 20022. The new real-time payment system, delivered by Tietoevry, put Kenya as one of the first countries in Africa to start running an ISO 20022 instant payments system with modern micro-services technology.
The health and social services reform is a substantial organizational transformation in which IT systems play a key role. The introduction of new comprehensive solutions is not a realistic goal in the first phase of the reform. It is essential to ensure that health and social services professionals have easy and quick access to the information.
TietoEVRY has been awarded the Swedish Maritime Administration's agreement regarding ERP systems to implement and continuously develop a comprehensive, modern and secure solution. The solution from IFS will simplify Swedish Maritime Administration's operations and enable time and cost savings.
The largest financial-services company in Finland, OP Financial Group, and TietoEVRY, a leading Nordic digital-services provider, have renewed their partnership agreement. The agreement modernizes the partners’ long-term cooperation model and accommodates OP’s new ICT operating framework. The aim of the partnership is to increase productivity and cost efficiency, introducing an agile model to guarantee the high quality of OP’s day-to-day services.
TietoEVRY is the first consulting company in the Nordics to become an authorized partner for the newly launched Cloud Data Management Capabilities framework by the Enterprise Data Management Council (EDM Council).
Business Finland has granted 20 million euros to a five-year ecosystem-based initiative led by TietoEVRY. The project will focus on building trust-based digital services.