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Aimo Park leaps to the cloud with TietoEVRY

TietoEVRY and Aimo Park, the leading parking company in the Nordics, have entered into a strategic partnership to accelerate Aimo Park’s digital transformation and embrace of cloud technologies.

03 June 2020

The new collaboration will fuel development of innovative parking and mobility solutions by increasing automation and utilizing a variety of cloud services where TietoEVRY is leading the integration process.

In March 2019, Japan-based Sumitomo Corporation acquired Q-Park in Sweden, Norway and Finland. As a result, Q-Park has become Aimo Park and the company is now embarking on a digital transformation. Now, Aimo Park has chosen TietoEVRY as a strategic IT partner to support in its cloud journey and to create a whole new and scalable IT landscape.

The new landscape consists of several cloud solutions from a variety of providers that cover systems such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Customer Relation Management (CRM) and Content Management (CMS). These solutions will enable faster time to market, more agile development of services and an improved end-user experience. Aimo Park will also be able to achieve better cost predictability and management with one single service provider to orchestrate its IT landscape.

“We sought a stable and reliable IT partner with broad expertise, adaptability and strong Nordic presence. We are glad to partner with TietoEVRY in this important phase to build a best in class cloud-based IT architecture. They will help us to get at the forefront of digitalization quickly and to utilize the best cloud services for our organization’s needs. Innovative and digital capabilities are imperative for us to “Rethink parking” and deliver the best possible services to our customers. We strive to offer a new type of space and experience – not just a place for parking a car,” says Peder Ståhlberg, CEO Aimo Park, Nordics.

“We are delighted to partner with Aimo Park and guide them in their digital transformation. TietoEVRY will not only implement external cloud services but also implement our own cloud services to connect all systems and enable a full overview of their IT infrastructure. Our delivery to Aimo Park will provide the increased stability and agility the company seeks as it develops the mobility and smart city services of the future,” says Claes Karlsson, Head of Retail and Consumer Services, TietoEVRY.

For more information, please contact:

Peder Ståhlberg, CEO Aimo Park, peder.stahlberg@aimopark.se, +46 (0)8 7221589

Claes Karlsson, Head of Retail and Consumer services, TietoEVRY, claes.karlsson@tietoevry.comTietoEVRY Newsdesk, +358 40 570 4072, news@tietoevry.com 

 

Aimo Park is today Nordic’s largest parking operator with around 370,000 parking spaces distributed across 6,000+ parking facilities around the countries Sweden, Norway and Finland. In 2019, the company had >650 employees and had a turnover of almost 228 million EUR.

Sumitomo Corporation has a century-long history of long-term, successful investments and partnerships. In 2018, for example, behind the introduction of Aimo in Stockholm - Sweden's first free-flowing electric car sharing service. And from August 2019 also scooters are being tested. The acquisition of Aimo Park further reinforces the strategy to invest in companies and initiatives in mobility with the aim of facilitating everyday life.

TietoEVRY creates digital advantage for businesses and society. We are a leading digital services and software company with local presence and global capabilities. Our Nordic values and heritage steer our success.

Headquartered in Finland, TietoEVRY employs around 24 000 experts globally. The company serves thousands of enterprise and public sector customers in more than 90 countries. TietoEVRY’s annual turnover is approximately EUR 3 billion and its shares are listed on the NASDAQ in Helsinki and Stockholm as well as on the Oslo Børs. www.tietoevry.com

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