TietoEnator supplies IT support for operational planning to the City of Stockholm

TietoEnatorTietoEnator will supply an operational planning system for home and elderly care services to the City of Stockholm. The system is to be integrated with the city's existing operational system. The system being procured - named SchemOS by the City authorities - offers efficient planning support for care suppliers throughout the City of Stockholm.

Helga Einarsdóttir, Project Manager of IT for Care Services and responsible for the procurement process at the City of Stockholm: "The City's care suppliers are in great need of efficient IT support for their daily operations. The units work in an ever-changing reality with new customers, changes to orders and varying needs for staff each day. SchemOS will replace time-consuming manual routines and at the same time lay the foundations for better follow-up and quality assurance of the unit's work."

TietoEnator's planning system for home and elderly care uses advanced optimisation technology to determine how visits from home help services can be planned automatically in the most effective way. This results in the right staff for each occasion, task and location, which in turn leads to less time being wasted and lower costs. The tool has been developed in close collaboration with home help services and offers a comprehensive approach to operational planning.

Jan B. Andersson, responsible for TietoEnator Healthcare & Welfare businesses in Sweden: "Both parties are looking forward to this project, which involves a solution that's very exciting for all Sweden's municipalities where operational planning for home help services is concerned. We've seen a great deal of interest in the Nordic countries in this type of operational planning support."

The agreement is valid for deliveries during a two-year period to a value of about 1.3 million euros, and will subsequently be extended each year over a five-year period. Apart from licence fees the agreement includes tailor-made services for development and integration, along with support and maintenance.

TietoEnator is one of the leading healthcare and welfare ICT solution providers in Europe and the leading in the Nordic region. The company offers state-of-the-art ICT solutions and IT services for healthcare and welfare service providers. The aim is to support healthcare and welfare sectors in digitalizing their processes, promoting seamless service chains and various regional co-operation models as well as an excellent return in invested solutions. TietoEnator has over 30 years of experience in the welfare and healthcare industries, employing over 1,200 experts in Denmark, Finland, Germany, India, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden.

For additional information, please contact:
Mats Eklund, Business Manager, TietoEnator, Healthcare & Welfare Sverige, +46 70 99 500 41
Jan B. Andersson, General Manager, TietoEnator, Healthcare & Welfare Sverige, +46 705 294 741
Juhani Kaisanlahti, Deputy President, TietoEnator, Healthcare & Welfare, +358 400 643 371
Carl-Johan Lindfors, President, TietoEnator Healthcare & Welfare, +49 17 3730 9582

TietoEnator is among the leading architects in building a more efficient information society and one of the largest IT services providers in Europe. TietoEnator specializes in consulting, developing and hosting its customers' business operations in the digital economy. The Group's services are based on a combination of deep industry-specific expertise and the latest information technology. TietoEnator has over 15 000 experts in more than 25 countries.
www.tietoenator.com

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