State Treasury in Finland chooses Tieto to deliver its case and document management system

State Treasury in Finland has chosen Tieto as supplier for its case and document management system as result of a tender process. Delivery will take place early 2016 and the agreement is valid for five years. The new solution will be used in in all of State Treasury's digital service processes in the future, supporting State Treasury's digitalization goals.

Tieto will implement Software Innovation's Public 360°, a standardized solution for case, document and archive management designed for public administration. Tieto acquired Software Innovation, the Nordic market leader in Enterprise Content Management (ECM) this summer. The solution to be delivered to State Treasury introduces more transparency to processes and supports further development of their services as well as efficient management of case and document lifecycle. Information control, case and document handling, storage as well as e-signature capabilities are included.

"The new case and document management system supports our broader change to improve our services and make them more efficient with the help of digitalization and automatization. The system will become a core tool used widely in our daily work and it is expected to improve internal information flow as well as the service experience for our customers", states Miikka Saarteinen, Deputy Director, Information Resources and Development, State Treasury.

"We are extremely happy and excited to provide the State Treasury with this solution that supports the digitalization of their services. This agreement also marks the first joint delivery for Tieto and Software Innovation in Finland. The acquisition of Software Innovation has strengthened our ability to produce and deliver enterprise content management solutions as service, and it is great to be able to provide this top notch expertise to State Treasury", explains Leena Viljo, Vice President, Public Finland, Tieto.

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