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Swedish Transport Agency’s road and traffic system have been migrated to a future-proof platform for digital transformation

"With expertise, enthusiasm and proven technology we managed to fulfill the customer requirements and deliver a system that’s forecasted to reduce their maintenance costs by 25 percent."

Anna Larsson Senior Project Manager Fujitsu

Fujitsu and Asysco migrated millions of lines of code using automation, reducing costs by 25 percent and providing a future-proof platform for digital transformation.

Customer

The Swedish Transport Agency’s (STA) aim is to ensure good accessibility, high quality, secure and environmentally aware rail, air, sea and road transport. It has overall responsibility for drawing up regulations and ensuring that authorities, companies, organizations and citizens abide by them. The organization has four primary areas of concern: the Civil Aviation and Maritime Department; the Driving License Department; the Road and Rail Department; and the Vehicle Information Department.

Challenge

The Swedish Transport Agency’s (STA) aim is to ensure good accessibility, high quality, secure and environmentally aware rail, air, sea and road transport. It has overall responsibility for drawing up regulations and ensuring that authorities, companies, organizations and citizens abide by them. The organization has four primary areas of concern: the Civil Aviation and Maritime Department; the Driving License Department; the Road and Rail Department; and the Vehicle Information Department.

Solution

Partnered with Fujitsu and specialist Asysco to automatically convert code and batch operations to the new platform, based on extensive research, multiple workshops and a detailed test environment.

Benefit

  • Supports over 100,000 users, handling half a billion transactions every year
  • Maintenance costs are forecasted to be reduced by at least 25 percent
  • Most batch processes have sped up considerably
  • Provides the foundation for future digital transformation as STA continues to modernize its infrastructure

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