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17 Sep
2019
Other news

Tieto launches financial API aggregation platform to simplify access to Nordic and Baltic banks

16 Sep
2019
Trade release

Tieto and KADME join forces to increase focus on National Data Repository opportunities to the oil and gas market

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).

10 Sep
2019
Stock exchange release

Composition of Tieto’s Shareholders’ Nomination Board

6 Sep
2019
Other news

Chemical management and Integrated Asset modelling at the centre of attention at Oil & Gas Days in Houston and Rio de Janeiro

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.

5 Sep
2019
Stock exchange release

Tieto discloses information on a governance agreement between Lyngen Holdco S.A.R.L, Cevian Capital Partners Limited and Solidium Oy relating to Tieto

5 Sep
2019
Corporate release

People in the Nordics are worried about the development of AI – personal data processing a major concern

Despite the many advantages artificial intelligence (AI) bring, Nordic consumers are concerned about how the technology is used today. More than eight out of ten (85 per cent) say that they are worried about the development of AI and only six per cent state that they are not worried at all. At the same time, an overwhelming majority (80 per cent) state that development should be regulated to some extent. This is revealed in a survey by Tieto that was carried out with help of the research firm YouGov.

3 Sep
2019
Stock exchange release

Resolutions passed at the Extraordinary General Meeting of Tieto Corporation

3 Sep
2019
Other news

SuomiAreena 2019 was a success – check out our highlights!

2 Sep
2019
Stock exchange release

Resolutions of the Extraordinary General Meeting of EVRY ASA

2 Sep
2019
Corporate release

Glaston and Tieto sign strategic ICT partnership

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