Digia’s personnel has grown from 750 a year ago to 850, which means that the company’s growth target of a hundred employees per year was achieved in October. Our rapid growth is set to continue. The application period for Digia’s Integration Academy begins on 1 December. At the Code Camp event, co-hosted with the TE Office in Jyväskylä on 29 November, Digia offers visitors an opportunity to learn more about coding.
Shared customer information improves customer service and simplifies administrative work.
The overall cost for a 15-year contract period is about EUR 90 million, of which Digia accounts for approximately EUR 60 million.
After several years of integration development work, Varma and Digia are deepening their cooperation through a new framework agreement.
Digia will take responsibility for NAV calculation and shareholder register maintenance for funds managed by the investment services provider FIM. Digia will also be carrying out administrative tasks for discretionary asset management portfolios for FIM. Twenty people will transfer from FIM to Digia as part of the agreement. The outsourcing agreement will enable the company to focus on its core business. For Digia, the agreement marks entry into a whole new area.
Today, 14 June 2016, Digia Plc and Transaktum Oy Ab have signed a purchase agreement whereby Digia Plc will acquire the entire share capital of Igence Oy Ab from Transaktum Oy Ab. Through this acquisition, Digia will strengthen its expertise in the growing e-commerce market according to its strategy.
Digia and Qt have demerged into two independent companies starting from 1st of May. Juha Varelius will take upon the position of President and CEO of Qt Group Plc. The new CEO of Digia PLC is Timo Levoranta. Digia’s new growth strategy for 2016-2019 has been decided.
Integrations are one of the most significant IT-related factors companies can consider to increase their competitiveness, regardless of whether the intention is to boost efficiency or to utilise the information collected in the company systems in order to develop new services and operations models. The increasing importance of integrations brings more work for specialists. In Finland, training programmes with focus on integrations are few and far between.
Digia Salpa – a highly secure communications solution for companies and the public sector – has been granted official encryption product approval by the National Cyber Security Centre of the Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority to process national classification level IV (ST IV) material in the Bittium Tough Mobile smartphone.