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Haninge municipality goes digital with modern IT work stations

Swedish municipality Haninge has selected Tieto to supply it with user-friendly IT-services. Under the agreement, Tieto will deliver IT work stations to facilitate the work for both school students and the municipality’s administrative staff.

The new solutions are in line with Haninge’s overall digitalization strategy and will render the municipality’s current work processes more efficient and allow for the municipality’s staff to better communicate with citizens wherever they are at. The two-year agreement, which goes into force on March 31, 2018, is worth a total of 32 million SEK and includes an extension option for another two years.

“Haninge municipality must be present in whatever way businesses and citizens may want to reach us. Modern IT-solutions are essential to ensure we can provide digital services in ways that are both socially and financially sustainable. With this agreement, we improve Haninge’s possibilities to offer the types of services that the citizens expect, without implying higher costs,” says Magnus Str?mberg, IT Manager at Haninge municipality.

The agreement covers the implementation of IT work stations, including hardware, for the municipality’s 4,400 staff, as well as in some schools. Tieto will also deliver operating services, printing services and media equipment for conference rooms. The hardware related to that part of the order will be delivered by a partner, however.

In 2016, Haninge decided to modernize its IT infrastructure to secure efficiency, quality and sustainability after which the procurement process for the above-mentioned agreement followed.

“Haninge is one of our biggest customers within the municipal sector. We’re very proud that they have granted us renewed confidence, allowing us to continue to support them on their digitalization journey, which now also includes schools. Haninge has a very clear strategy when it comes to using IT services in a way that supports its citizens and Tieto looks forward to helping the municipality to reach its goals,” says Mats Brandt, head of public sector, Tieto Sweden.
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