11 Jan 2017News

Solita opens an office in Stockholm

Solita, a Finnish digital business consultancy and digital services company, is expanding to Stockholm, Sweden. Having grown rapidly and profitably, Solita currently employs nearly 500 digital business specialists in Helsinki, Tampere and Oulu.

Solita’s first international unit will open at Vasagatan 7 A in the centre of Stockholm. Solita has already managed a number of international customers from Finland. In Sweden, Solita’s customers include companies in the engineering works and automotive industries.

“This is an excellent milestone along Solita’s 20-year journey. It is a great to export Finnish expertise and to see that our skills are highly valued. At the same time, we are also able to offer broader services to our Nordic customers,” says Jari Niska, CEO of Solita.

“Digital business is global by nature, and our expertise is in high demand, also outside Finnish borders. For example, our data science, cloud and integration services have been received very positively by international companies. Together with our Finnish customers, such as DNA and Sanoma, we are running, for example, globally leading data science projects,” says Ossi Lindroos, Vice President in charge of international business.

Solita will continue to hire for both Finnish and international projects. See our open positions.

Further information:
Solita Oy
Jari Niska, CEO, tel. +358 40 5246 400, [email protected]

Ossi Lindroos, Vice President, tel. +358 40 7507 637, [email protected]

Solita is a digital business consulting company. We are our customers’ travel guide in a changing world. We create new business and services for the private and public sectors by combining technology, business processes and content in a new way. Established in 1996, Solita produces digital solutions and online services for digital business and services as well as business intelligence. The company’s net sales in 2016 was EUR 58.3 million (pro forma). It employs nearly 500 digital business specialists in Helsinki, Tampere, Oulu and Stockholm.