The daily brief: 13 June 2019
All the daily Finnish business news that works: Airport College International, Wapice, Next Games, Cloudia and PromoRepublic make headlines.
LokiTime to become new standard in key management
LokiTime, a cloud-based service developed by Finland’s Sowellus, could be the key for boosting efficiency for anyone responsible for issuing and managing keys, mechanical or electronic.
Hatch gets 5G gaming with Samsung
Rovio subsidiary Hatch has teamed up with smartphone giant Samsung to bring 5G gaming to Korea and beyond.
Feedbackly teams up with CX training expert
Finnish tech startup Feedbackly has partnered with US-based Owen CX to supplement its offering with customer experience (CX) training programmes and a Net Promoter Score (NPS) masterclass.
Hatch continues to expand 5G gaming
Finnish cloud gaming service Hatch has begun co-operation with the American communications services company Sprint to bring what it calls the “Netflix of gaming” to the US market.
Finnish startup Flowhaven enters the US
Espoo-based brand licensing software company Flowhaven has taken its first steps in the US market after signing a pair of agreements.
Fluido acquired by Infosys
The digital service provider and consulting company Infosys has announced that it will acquire Finnish Salesforce advisor and consulting partner Fluido.
Taika Company accelerates SolunoBC into Finland
Finnish cloud-based communications startup Taika Company has been acquired by SolunoBC, as the Swedish company aims to hit the ground running in Finland.
Youredi gives Maersk a digital leg-up
Finnish cloud-based integration-platform-as-a-service (iPaaS) provider Youredi is assisting Maersk with making its data available to external parties to improve its customer’s visibility.
Cinia connects with Megaport
Finnish provider of intelligent connectivity solutions Cinia has partnered with Australian cloud and network service provider Megaport.