The year in brief
26.1 Tieto’s IT partnership with three Swedish municipalities Haninge, Nynäshamn and Södertälje is extended until 2018.
19.2 Tieto begins helping Swedish Customs with their IT systems renewal. Through the partnership Swedish Customs will gain access to Tieto’s broad portfolio of consultancy services.
19.3 Tieto’s Annual General Meeting is held in Helsinki, Finland.
15.4 One of Sweden’s largest regional councils, Region Skåne, chooses Tieto to become their turnkey IT supplier.
22.4 Tieto signs an outsourcing contract with Cerdo for their savings and payments services.
7.5 Tieto is the first company to receive a level III certificate in information security from the Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority.
8.5 Tieto Industrial Internet start-up enters an 11-year collaboration with HSB Living Lab to innovate IT solutions for future living.
3.6 Tieto carries out Finland’s – or perhaps the world’s – first timber transaction online.
25.6 Tieto strengthens its digitalization capabilities in the Enterprise Content Management area by acquiring Norway-based Software Innovation.
14.7 Tieto announces its participation in the Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider program.
24.8 Tieto moves Hurtigruten, a leading Norwegian tourism company, to the cloud - solutions contribute to faster scalability, simplified administration and increased cost efficiency.
10.9 Tieto signs an agreement with the largest credit card issuing business in the Netherlands, ICS, to provide an end-to-end industry-specific cloud solution.
14.9 Finland’s State Treasury signs a five-year agreement with Tieto to supply its case and document management system.
15.9 Tieto’s IT partnership with Sollentuna municipality is extended for another three years.
22.9 Tieto signs a framework agreement with Kammarkollegiet to develop its digitalization services.
24.9 Region Västra Götaland (VGR) has chosen Tieto to digitalize its pathology processes in order to improve cancer care.
28.9 Tieto launches Tieto Enterprise Cloud Orchestrator, TECO, to industrialise IT and speed up digitalization.
30.9 Tieto agrees to sell its Lean System business to Palvelurahasto I Ky.
12.10 Tieto start-ups join forces in Ultrahack, the biggest hackathon event in Europe, to generate new innovations for the retail industry.
19.10 Tieto becomes the first provider in the Nordics to offer Oracle databases as a cloud service.
20.10 Tieto signs a contract with Malmö to digitalize its social care services over the next five years.
21.10 Tieto signs a four-year strategic IT partnership with Suominen – Tieto Integrated Paper Solution to support the execution of the company’s growth strategy.
28.10 Tieto continues its long-term cooperation with the world-leading steel company SSAB.
10.11 Tampere Region chooses Tieto as their IT services partner.
12.11 Tieto digitalizes the Finnish Ministry of Social Affairs and Health’s pricing and compensation processes.
30.11 Tieto strengthens its position in the paper and forest industry with the acquisition of the Swedish consulting company Imano.
2.12 Tieto receives the international EDGE gender equality certification as the first IT company in the world.
3.12 Tieto drives the growth of its Customer Experience Management business by acquiring Smilehouse, the largest Finnish solution provider for multi-channel commerce.
9.12 Tieto announces to relocate its headquarters to Keilaniemi, Espoo in 2016.
9.12 Tieto signs a contract to provide turnkey IT services to Praktikertjänst.
10.12 Tieto accelerates digitalization in the banking sector by signing a partnership agreement with the market leading banking software provider Temenos.
16.12 Tieto’s Lifecare system progresses as Taivalkoski municipality in Finland adopts the system in primary healthcare.
17.12 Tieto is selected to modernise the employment services of the Finnish Ministry of Employment and the Economy.