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Wholesale and retail

Data-empowered digital commerce

To stand out in the global competition, wholesale and retail companies need to tap into process and customer data and think about the value they can extract from analytics. 

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Manufacturing industries

Customer-centric, data-led manufacturing

For manufacturers, true digital transformation starts by envisioning where in the value chain can data be applied to make a difference.

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Public Sector

Accessible and intuitive public services

All public sector services should be designed to serve citizens first. Digital solutions and applications must be easy to use, despite physical and cognitive disabilities.

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Energy and utilities

Dynamic and resilient energy economy

Digital processes and data-led services help energy and utility sector companies develop a stable energy offering with transparent, customer-centric services.

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Digital platform economy

Fast-tracking innovative business models

Shared platforms offer fast entry to new markets, cost-efficiently and scalably. But lasting value add comes from cross-industry collaboration and linking products with complimentary services.

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Banking, finance and insurance

Agile business, customer-centric services

Digitally disrupted, the companies in the banking, finance and insurance sector must actively innovate new approaches to build omnichannel customer experiences that fully utilize data.

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Medical devices manufacturers

User-centric healthcare applications

While medical device software is strictly regulated, there's room for innovations that make life easier for patients and caregivers. Stable and secure data flow is a must.

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This is our story

From a tiny software start up to one of the fastest growing global tech companies, with happy employees and satisfied customers.  

Hey,

I founded Vincit in 2007 as a workplace that wouldn’t suck – not even on Mondays.

The hotchpotch it was back then has grown into a genuine business operation: a software company that designs and develops really cool things for its customers. Naturally, we have made tons of changes over the years. We keep learning new things and let go of old stuff in order to move forward, grow and flourish. But some things we will never change. The most important goal for us is to make sure that our customers and employees are even happier tomorrow than they already are today.

We have always known that our customers can't be satisfied unless our employees are happy. This means we find the best talent and make sure they stay here. The efforts we put into promoting Vincitizens’ well-being have never felt like an expense to us and it seems like we're doing a good job there. We have been recognized as the Best Place to Work in Europe and have won the same award four times in Finland. People are happy working here, and that really matters to us.

The name Vincit is Latin and means to win and conquer. And that is what we continue to do. What’s more important than growth is finding new opportunities to develop as a company and choose our own path to success. This is the best way to ensure profitable growth in the future.

Mikko Kuitunen,
Vincit’s Founder and Chair of the Board

Mikko Kuitunen, Vincit

What's with the duck?

The black rubber duck is our mascot and a family member.

Rubber duck debugging is a problem-solving method, commonly used by software developers, but perhaps equally helpful for everyone else: You keep a duck next to your computer and whenever you encounter a problem, you explain it to the duck – often you arrive at a solution as you're talking.

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