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Sustainable solutions

Looking beyond business and sector lines, we create sustainable solutions that make a lasting impact on our customers, their customers and the planet.

Making a difference

We look to uncover sustainability challenges and solve them with innovative solutions. Our solutions benefit our customers, their customers and the society as a whole. Scalable sustainable solutions can make a positive impact across all sectors. Our intelligent solutions deliver tangible impacts, that benefit people and planet alike.

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Sustainability in action

IDC recognizes TietoEVRY as a Major Player for Smart Cities

Smart cities focus on economic development, sustainability, innovation and citizen engagement to change and improve the quality of life.

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Our efforts for the environment have been recognised in the Climate Disclosure Project

Our efforts to impact climate change has been recognised with an A list ranking in CDP's climate ranking.

Climate data helps citizens and municipalities cut CO2 emissions

The goal is to create a tool to truly map out where we are in reaching UN Sustainable Development Goal 12, sustainable consumption

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Data helps the city of Vaasa go carbon neutral

The team is researching measures that could slow down climate change, with the City of Vaasa a pilot environment.

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Partnership with GS Paperboard and Packaging

Digitalization with data integration will optimize efficiency in production planning, reduce waste and improve customer service.

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A sustainable world one step at a time

When sustainability meets digitalization

The National Resource Institute Finland Luke acts under the Finnish Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry. It researches alternatives to make better use of renewable natural resources. Driving change requires a mastery of the latest technologies and communication methods. Read more how we have been supporting Luke to better position and market their expertise to increase the impact of what they do to build a better tomorrow.

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The Polite Type

The Polite Type is an initiative against cyberbullying, co-developed with teenagers. It is an open-source font that rewrites hurtful words and replaces them with more considerate ones to ignite anti-bullying discussion. Together with our long-term partner Children & Youth Foundation in Finland, we want bullies to rethink the words they use and the actual meaning behind them.

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Ethics in technology - should you care?

A great thing about humanity is that there are, in fact, very few teams in the technology industry who intentionally set out to build something unethical. If a product or service is unethical, it’s typically due to oversight, accident or ignorance. It’s not a deliberate attempt to make something unethical, but rather that ethics never really entered the creative process. Read what Carina Wiman and Simon Kavanagh have to say on the topic!

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How dictation saves time when treating patients

How to expedite patient data entry and availability is key questions when improving health and care. Speech recognition makes a difference, and a most significant advantage is the real time transfer of data from one professional to another. For example, when a patient is being moved from the emergency clinic to the ward, all patient data is immediately available from the electronic medical records as soon as the doctor has finished her dictation.

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How Nordic banking is turning investment more sustainable

Within eight years we have to slash the world’s CO2 emissions in half. European banks and policymakers are already leading the way, seeing sustainable investment as an opportunity combined with responsibility. Read what our Banking Client Partner Jennifer Rebel has to say on the topic.

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Preventive healthcare can lower the costs of care with AI

Using artificial intelligence, AI, for predictive and prescriptive diabetes care can lead to significant positive socio-economic impacts. According to our socio-economic impact study on national level in Finland, the service could help save 280 MEUR from direct healthcare cost and yield 930 MEUR increase in productivity on annual basis. At the same time, patients’ wellbeing and quality of life would increase. Read more on the solution here.

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The City of Espoo: a unique experiment with AI

Artificial Intelligence identified individuals in need of support in a project with the City of Espoo in Finland. The experiment combined the social, healthcare and early education client relationship data of the entire population of Espoo for the years 2002–2016. By analysing this data mass, we found new preventive methods for targeting services to municipality citizens, for example to prevent social exclusion. Read more on the case!

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Digitalisation to aid the elderly in Sweden

Innovating to benefit people who are not at 合约交易所home in the digital world is an important part of social sustainability. How could we introduce digitalization into the 合约交易所homes of users of a 合约交易所home care service? A joint innovation project with two Swedish municipalities, Malmö City and Kristianstad, explored the opportunities.

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Speeding up research and treatment with AI

An AI solution developed for researches uses natural language processing to recognize phrases and words from medical records it has been taught. The tool then structures the gathered data according to set labels and transfers it to a data lake – where researchers can access it in real time. This speeds up research and makes brain disease treatment more efficient and patient-centric. Read more about the project with Neurocenter in Finland.

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