Nitor Selected as ICT Supplier by Finnish Government's Purchasing Body Hansel
May 18, 2015, 2:10 PM
Nitor and Talent Base have been selected as suppliers for ICT project management and integration services consulting for the framework agreement of Hansel. The four-year framework agreement will come into effect in summer 2015.
The framework agreement includes planning, implementation and management of ICT projects, as well as agile team management, change leadership, multi-supplier environment and project portfolio management, architecture management and business cases analysis.
”For us, this is a great chance to bring in our knowhow of super agile project leadership and consulting models for the benefit of the Finnish public sector,” says Nitor CEO Matti Vilmi.
Teaming up offers a chance to use the expertise of both Nitor and TalentBase on a larger scale.
”During the upcoming agreement period our aim is to leverage the IT planning knowledge that we have gained from challenging, global projects to Finnish public administration projects,” adds Talent Base Managing Director Tomi Bergman.
Hansel is a government-owned non-profit limited company, which acts as the government’s central purchasing body. Clients include government offices and institutions, public utilities, universities, the Finnish Parliament and the units operating under and in connection with the Parliament.
For more information:
Matti Vilmi, Chief Executive Officer
Nitor Creations Oy
Tel: +358 45 120 4747
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