MEYER TURKU needed a partner to develop new solutions to boost its operations and to maintain existing systems. In 2016, we were selected to implement a digital weekend work permit system. After the project, the cooperation with MEYER TURKU's IT department has continued and expanded.
MEYER TURKU wanted to free up its own employees' time for development work and needed a partner to take care of business application support. We designed a service model and a scalable application management service to manage the support and life-cycle services for MEYER TURKU's business applications.
MEYER TURKU wanted to streamline its network employees' access pass application process. We helped them to replace a manual process with a system in which the applicant enters the necessary information and automatically receives a message when an access pass is available from the site. The system also allows messages between the applicant and the processor.
The City of Turku needed a customer portal through which grant applications could be made, and a processor side through which the applications in question could be processed and sent for payment through the city’s ERP system. The dynamic forms of the system we have developed are versatile for handling grant or authorisation matters.
The City of Turku is actively developing its systems and inviting bids from software suppliers in accordance with the Act of Public Procurement and Concession Contracts. Over the years, we have delivered to the City of Turku more than 100 projects from the integration platforms to mobile user interfaces.
The Turku Museum Centre wanted to make a new information portal to replace the old one and centralise the old system's information and separate databases onto the new one. The information portal that we revamped guides users on how to save the data and enables them to add geospatial information.
The City of Turku is rapidly digitalising its services. With digitalisation, services are faster to use and available outside office hours. We assisted the City of Turku in master data management, system integrations and the construction of the service bus.
Lowell found that companies of different sizes have different needs for credit management, and no single solution served all customers equally well. We developed a new, mobile-friendly interface for the needs of small- and medium-sized enterprises.
In 2016, Lowell (formerly Lindorff in Finland) was looking for an IT provider to develop information services for monitoring and reporting on companies' financial situations. Today, we develop and maintain Lowell's business systems on a pan-Nordic level.
In 2013, Murata Electronics’ integration platform required extra hands for maintenance and development so our cooperation began. Today, we develop and maintain Murata Electronics' IT systems in close cooperation with the company's own personnel.