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The Social Insurance Institution of Finland – Kela and Tieto will carry out a proof of concept in 2019 which will seek to develop a digital payment guarantee usable either with a mobile application or a payment card.
Bees and other pollinating insects are drastically decreasing in numbers all over the world, which can have severe consequences as they play an essential role in pollinating crops and maintaining biodiversity. To meet the challenges and contribute to research, Tieto has created a digitized beehive, equipped with connected sensors, to be installed at HSB Living Lab in Gothenburg.
The primary purpose of this partnership is to help our Nordic customers deliver first-class digital experiences by continuously monitoring, visualizing and optimizing the business and technical performance of their digital channels and services with Quantum Metric's digital intelligence platform.
Tieto, one of the first PSD2-driven open API data aggregators, has launched a financial API aggregation platform. The service allows licensed third-party processors, such as account initiation service providers (AISPs) and payment initiation service providers (PISPs), to connect to several Nordic and Baltic banks in one place.
Tieto, the leading Nordic ICT Service and Software company, and KADME, a Norwegian-based highly specialised Exploration and Production (E&P) data management company, have entered into an agreement to cooperate in the international oil and gas market focusing on the growing market for National Data Repositories (NDR).
Tieto Oil & Gas Days, hosted in customer locations around the globe, gathers industry leaders and experts to talk about the latest trends in the market and solutions available for digitalised production efficiency and sustainability. During summer, almost 100 thought leaders from around 20+ organizations met at the Oil & Gas Days in Houston (USA) and Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), and this time the focus was on advanced chemical management and integrated asset modelling.