2016 highlights


  • Tieto launches its third internal start-up – Security Services to combat modern cyber security attacks.

  • Western Sweden’s leading energy company, Göteborg Energi, decides to outsource its IT operations to Tieto. The major service areas in scope are within data centre (IT-infrastructure, integration, communication and application operations), work place, service desk and collaboration services.

  • Tieto and the Finnish insurance company LähiTapiola increase collaboration: cloud services, automation and customer experience in focus.

  • Tieto launches a new strategy to accelerate innovation and growth on 17 March, 2016.

  • Tieto establishes data-driven businesses to co-create new solutions and business models with customers.

  • Scandinavia’s largest online fashion store Nelly.com chooses Tieto to provide better customer experience. Nelly.com will be able to offer a personal shopping service through Tieto's Customer Care as a Service (CCaaS).


  • Tieto and Swedish Sparbanken Syd sign outsourcing agreement for securities business.

  • Tieto guides Bergen, Norway’s second biggest municipality, on its digitalization journey by introducing new case and records management solution for the entire municipality. The solution forms the platform to offer extended and improved digital services to citizens, businesses and employees.

  • Tieto to support Ahlstrom’s IT transformation in the area of order fulfillment services. With the help of Tieto, Ahlstrom aims for improved and more effective end-to-end service management.

  • Tieto continues the industrialization of managed services (application and infrastructure services).


  • In September 2016, Tieto acquires Emric, a leading Nordic software company for credit processing, to strengthen Tieto’s banking solution suite and accelerate go-to-market of industry solutions.

  • Tieto enters into strategic partnership with Lyse – strengthening the foothold in Norway. The agreement comprises of delivering cloud solutions, infrastructure operations and data centre services to leading Norwegian energy and technology group Lyse.

  • Multiple hackathons conducted with customers and partners, inviting to an open ecosystem.


  • Tieto is the first Nordic company to appoint Artificial Intelligence to the leadership team of the new data-driven businesses unit.

  • Finnish retailer Kesko and Tieto strengthen partnership to drive efficiency through modernized IT, and to develop digital services and customer experience further.

  • Tieto launches OneCloud – a new solution allowing customers to efficiently manage multiple cloud services through one platform.

  • Tieto develops Finland’s first real-time mobile payment platform “Siirto” for Automatia. Siirto is Finland’s first real-time multi-banking platform for mobile payments which follows the new regulations set by EU’s Payment Service Directive (PSD2).

  • Global cargo handling company Kalmar of Cargotec chooses Tieto as a partner to expand and enhance its future B2B eCommerce platform through one new global eCommerce solution. The new solution from Tieto forms an integrated selling platform for Kalmar with better collaboration and enhanced user experience for customers worldwide.