CW Nordics February 2017

CW Nordics February 2017


Unsurprisingly, digital transformation features heavily on Nordic CIO priority lists again, but it is a little different as businesses move to a new phase. CIOs have moved beyond planning which technologies they need to establishing what the business benefits will be. Read how the Finnish city of Vantaa is tackling this with a digital office expected to open this year, and why Sweden’s state-owned alcohol retailer Systembolaget is starting the year by defining the scope and goals of digital transformation.

Also in this issue, we focus in on the financial services sector in Sweden and how it will evolve this year, by asking senior figures about the fintech trends they expect to dominate 2017. For example, read why the implementation of the EU’s new payment regulation – the revised Payment Services Directive (PSD2) – which comes in January 2018, is on the minds of many in the Swedish fintech sector.

Meanwhile, the use of data to support business is another challenge for CIOs this year. Read how executives at Stockholm-based healthcare company Elekta have begun using human resources trend data to make strategic business decisions. After the roll-out of cloud-based HR technology to 3,800 staff across 24 countries, the company can now view workforce trends in each of Elekta’s operations across the world.

This quarter’s issue also features interviews with Tieto chief digital officer Alexandra Drevenlid and Systembolage CIO  Eva Listi.

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