Technology, data and design company Solita has won several awards in the Grand One competition for digital media work. Solita was awarded for the Koronavilkku app (‘CoronaBlinker’), Donate Speech for AI project, and the HSL.fi online service. Solita’s work reached the finals in five categories and the company was also nominated for Company of the Year.
A total of 386 entries were submitted to the competition this year, making GrandOne the largest digital marketing communications competition in Finland. Solita received recognition for its work for smoother public transport with the HSL.fi online service, the Donate Speech artificial intelligence project implemented created with the State Business Development company Vake, and Koronavilkku, Finland’s official application for combating the Covid-19 pandemic built under the leadership of the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare. On a global scale, Koronavilkku is one of the world’s most downloaded Covid-19 apps to help combat the epidemic, relative to population.
- Best Online Service: HSL.fi
- Best Mobile Service: Donate speech
- Best Mobile Service, Honorable Mention: Koronavilkku
- Best Use of Data, Honorable Mention: Donate speech
- Best User Experience: Koronavilkku
Of the five finalists in the Best Mobile Service category, three were Solita’s work. Solita won the Best Mobile Service category also last year.
“I am really proud of our teams and our customers. Everything starts with people, both in Solita’s tremendous growth story and in building customer services. A warm thank you also to our customers, with whom we get to build humane services of the future that change the world,” commented Ossi Lindroos, CEO of Solita.
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Solita is a fast-growing digital transformation company driven by tech, data and human insight. Our services range from strategic consulting to service design, digital development, data, AI & analytics, and managed cloud services. Founded in 1996, Solita now employs over 1,100 digital business specialists in Finland, Sweden, Estonia, Germany, Denmark and Belgium to help businesses and societies reinvent themselves with impact that lasts.