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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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Case HUS: A new invoicing system was the result of ironclad collaboration


Helsinki University Hospital (HUS) had been using an off-the-shelf software system, but now wanted a system that would be in their own control and would serve the needs the organization had for customer and organizational invoicing. The extensive multi-vendor project was challenging, but smooth collaboration across organizational borders produced an excellent end result.

Towards a flexible proprietary system

The aim of HUS’s “Atlas” project was to replace an off-the-shelf software system with a new system that HUS would have full control over. HUS was looking for smoother and faster development and increased customization. It was important for HUS also to ensure that the new system would meet all future customer needs and adapt to changes brought about by the healthcare and social welfare reform. HUS chose a multi-vendor model for the implementation. Vincit took responsibility for the development of the organizational side of the system as well as for the UI/UX design and software development. A few other software companies were also involved in the development project.

Our expertise used in this case:

  • Software development

  • Service Design

  • Agile Development

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