Click and learn with Oppia
In this day and age, lifelong learning isn’t just a fun hobby – it’s also a necessity for both people and corporations in order to stay up to date with what’s going on. Finnish website Oppia.fi offers a source for better skills.
Bittium sets up shop in Mexico
Finnish telecommunications company Bittium has received the first orders for its hybrid mobile device from Mexican authorities and has opened a new local office.
Puzzel on call in Finland
The cloud-based contact centre solution Puzzel has expanded to Finland with a new subsidiary, and now covers the whole Nordic region with sales and support operations.
Basware finds collaboration easy to accept
Leading Finnish financing services company Basware has partnered with cloud-based online, mobile and social payments service provider AcceptEasy.
Nokia to help Telenor prepare for the future
Finnish telecommunications giant Nokia has been chosen by Telenor as the sole supplier of its legacy optical backbone network in Norway and Sweden.
NayaDaya makes digital emotions matter
A simple thumb pointed up or down doesn’t quite represent the vast variety of human emotions. NayaDaya wants to be a forerunner in digital emotional communications.
Immersal is mixed reality approved by Aisopos
Finnish Immersal is, in its own words, “yet another AR company with a whale”. However, its insanely scalable retail solution is much more than just that.
M-Files flies over to Australia
Finnish information management solution provider M-Files has set up an office in Sydney, Australia to serve its growing customer base Down Under.
Team Action Zone boosts teamwork with tech
Tampere-based Team Action Zone developed a digital team game – and then realised it could help everyone else create their own, too.
PayiQ gains footing in Iran
Finnish smart mobility fintech company PayiQ has signed a significant sales and technology partnership agreement with Parstin Mehr Kish to introduce its mobile payment solutions in Iran.
Finnish edtech spreads in the Commonwealth
Finnish edtech companies Claned Group and Graphogame have gained access to the Commonwealth markets through their holding company Learning Intelligence Group (LIG), after it signed a co-operation agreement with the Royal Commonwealth Society (RCS).