ColloidTek makes a splash with technology
This Tampere-based startup identifies the fingerprints of liquids, to ensure qualitative consistency and thus save customers time, money and energy.
Qvantel helps Wind Tre digitalise business
Qvantel, a pioneer in cloud-based telecom Business Support System (BSS) solutions and services, has partnered with Italian mobile operator Wind Tre.
Sapotech and Vesuvius digitalise metals industry
Finnish metals industry solutions provider Sapotech and global metal flow engineering company Vesuvius have entered into a strategic and commercial co-operation that promises big changes for the global metals industry.
Trafi develops Digital Driving License prototype
The Finnish Transport Safety Agency, Trafi, has designed a Digital Driving License prototype together with technology firm HIQ and Helsinki-based design and development agency Great Apes.
Reaktor and adidas head for “all things future”
Helsinki-based hybrid agency Reaktor and the one of the world’s largest sportswear manufacturers adidas are diving into the digital world together.
Gofore sets foot in Europe
Finnish digitalisation specialist Gofore has established two subsidiaries, one in Germany and one in Spain, to expand its operations in Western Europe.
Solita sets up shop in Tallinn
Digital business consulting company Solita continues its internationalisation by opening a new office in Tallinn, Estonia.
Arcusys digitalises Swedish teacher education
Finnish IT company Arcusys has won a substantial bid from the Swedish National Agency for Education, Skolverket. The company’s digital learning platform Valamis will act as the base for teacher and principal education in Sweden.
VTT and Hydroline smarten-up products business
Finland’s leading hydraulic cylinder manufacturer Hydroline is picking the brains of VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, to develop networked and intelligent products that transition Hydroline from a product-centric to a service-based business model.
Nitor opens door in Sweden
Finnish digital engineering company Nitor continues to expand in the Nordics with its first Swedish business unit and an office in Stockholm.