Employee Happiness Supported through Haltian and Tieto Partnership
Through a strategic approach with IoT, the Empathic Building service created by Nordic software and services company Tieto is now supported through the recently announced partnership with product development company Haltian. The aim of the Empathic Building is to provide employees an innovative workplace while improving the employee experience through a browser-based application. Through the partnership, Haltian will provide Tieto’s client facilities with sensor solutions.
”Tieto is a true pioneer in the digitalisation of workplaces, and we are extremely happy about having been chosen as a partner by such a major service company with international operations to smarten offices around the world. Our aim is to grow to be the world’s leading data collector in the Internet of Things in selected segments, and this newly-agreed contract is an excellent step forward in the most interesting growth market in the world,” added Pasi Leipälä, CEO of Haltian
This innovative application provides visibility in utilization rates, temperature, noise levels and the location of colleagues in facilities through sensors from real-time data.
“We chose Haltian as our partner because they are able to provide us with a comprehensive solution and because Haltian’s Thingsee service includes options for different use case scenarios. Haltian provides Tieto with the devices, the connections and the system administration as a pre-integrated solution, thus streamlining the setup of new customer applications. The reliable data collection system allows us to focus on developing new functionalities that serve end users. Empathic Building is a fast-developing business, and flexible partners such as Haltian facilitate international scaling of our business”, says Reetta Ruusunen, Head of Ecosystems and Partners for Tieto Empathic Building.
To learn more about the way Tieto’s Empathic Building is changing workplace environments, please visit: tieto.com
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