Our work has covered numerous cross-border Nordic and international organizations in all major sectors, among them many of the region's most successful and prominent companies in sectors such as banking and insurance, professional services, healthcare, public services, retail and utilities.
Itera has extensive experience in the energy sector and assists a number of national and international companies in realizing their digital ambitions. Driven by a rapid and comprehensive pace of change in the energy industry, Itera has established Smart Energy as a separate business area. The Nordic region is our main market, but we also work actively with customers and projects in Europe and the USA.
Itera assists our customers and partners with everything from digital strategy development to innovation projects and major realization projects. Using sensor methodology, data analysis and operational optimizations, we help reduce costs and increase revenue for our customers. We have great scalability and can deliver significant realization projects across borders.
We work with the leading players in the energy field and are involved in many projects where the goal is to develop innovative solutions to solve the global energy challenges of the future. We work closely with major technology companies such as Microsoft and Google, and new ones such as Disruptive Technologies to leverage platforms and software solutions that are already established. We have an active role in the energy sector and hold several seminars in the Smart Energy / Smart Utility business area.
Contact person: Erik Berg Solheim (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Modern technology, changing customer needs and strong market competition increase the demand for smart strategies as well as ability for innovation and strong execution. The hype turns into action: the banking industry is now in the midst of realizing the digital transformation much talked about for so many years. With a very strong customer portfolio and solid experience in the sector, Itera has established "Smart Banking" as a separate business area to increase our ability to identify and understand the drivers that affect our customers.
We believe that new challengers in FinTech and BigTech, artificial intelligence and Open Banking will become increasingly important to the banking industry in the future. In addition, regulatory changes have proven to be a catalyst for new fintech companies and innovative digital services. We think we've only seen the beginning.
Banks need to keep up with digital developments, tech-savvy challengers and regulatory requirements, while maintaining and modernizing technical debt and legacy systems. We believe smart application of technology and data is the key to succeeding in creating world-class user experiences and ensuring high efficiency in the banking market of the future.
Contact person: Stefan Astroza (email@example.com)
The pace of innovation in the insurance industry has never been higher. Machine learning, the Internet of Things, InsurTech and sharing economy are among the trends driving the development going forward. New businesses and concepts are seeing the light of day without necessarily changing established business models and the basic market dynamics.
However, as digitalization intensifies, customers' expectations related to user experience change. In addition, companies must deal with a constantly changing risk picture. In the future, data will play a critical role and data-driven insurance companies that are highly customer-oriented in all aspects of development will have the competitive advantage.
Contact person: Andreas Almquist (firstname.lastname@example.org)