TietoEVRY has been positioned as Nordic leader in all three categories of the newly released ISG Provider LensTM Next-Generation Application Development and Maintenance Services Report for the Nordics for 2021. In addition, TietoEVRY also places at the top position within the leadership quadrant in all three categories.
Data and cloud sovereignty are becoming more fundamental to cloud strategy in Nordic companies. The potential situations of customer data being unsecured and accessed by foreign entities make it critical to envision a common set of design and operational guidelines that enable cloud sovereignty.
A green transformation of society requires commitment from companies, politicians but also from individual citizens. TietoEVRY asked citizens of Finland, Sweden and Norway for their view on their own responsibility for the climate. The survey shows that knowledge, green premiums and even more digital tools are high on the respondents’ wish lists.
TietoEVRY has achieved Microsoft Gold Competency in Cloud Business Applications to demonstrate our leading skills and experience in Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations. We have now altogether 18 Gold competencies in various Microsoft areas ensuring our customer deliveries and supporting their cloud transformation journey.
TietoEVRY has started a collaboration with 2150 GmbH to utilize their Datavault Builder, a modern tool enabling quick and agile development of a data warehouse. Datavault Builder offers TietoEVRY’s customers a flexible and easily scalable solution to automate and modernize data warehousing and enables smooth migration from on-premises to the cloud.
TietoEVRY has formed a partnership with transformation consultants Brainboss. The Utrecht-based company has extensive experience from managing complex projects in the financial and other sectors and will bring additional, locally based competencies, as TietoEVRY continues to expand its digital banking service offering in the region.
Finland’s Legal Register Centre has chosen TietoEVRY as its partner for maintaining and developing the Material Bank System (AIPA) of the National Prosecution Authority and general courts. The aim is to enable agile and efficient digital ways of working for courts, and to offer citizens better and faster services when dealing with judicial authorities.