Medi-IT and ICT services and hardware supplier Fujitsu Services Oy have renewed their SAP agreement. Medi-IT is a regional service provider who offers the SAP system for the municipalities and municipal federations as well as their enterprises and subsidiaries in Southeast Finland.
"We coordinate the SAP system and make sure that all collaboration partners gather around the same table and make decisions that point into the same direction. It is our task to make them all interact with each other, which is fundamentally about developing the processes," says managing director Timo Koivu of Medi-IT.
Through the Kotka-based company Seutulaskenta there are currently in total more than 2,000 SAP users in the Kymenlaakso area in the southeastern Finland. The financial accounting service provided by Seutulaskenta to its 20 customer organisations is in practice produced using the same system where the hospital district of Kymenlaakso produces its materials/inventory, pharmacy and technical aid services as well as HR administration.
By the end of last year, there were in total more than 3,000 SAP users in the functions of Seutulaskenta, the hospital district of Kymenlaakso, the pharmacy and technical aid service as well as the HR administration.
Fujitsu provides SAP as a service, whereby system management, maintenance and monitoring are provided from Fujitsu's data centre.
For further information, please contact:
Managing director Timo Koivu, Medi-IT, tel.+ 358 44 221 514
Director Heikki Koskinen, Fujitsu, tel. + 358 500 410 945
Press contacts: Satu Pelttari, Fujitsu, tel. + 358 45 7880 9624, satu.pelttari(at)fi.fujitsu.com
Medi-IT Oy provides IT services to healthcare and social services in southeast Finland. The company is owned by the hospital districts of Kymenlaakso and and South Karelia. The company's sites are located in Kotka, Kuusankoski and Lappeenranta and it employs more than 50 people. In its operation it focuses in developing and maintaining the IT services for the healthcare and social service in municipalities, and municipal federations. Read more at: www.medi-it.fi.
Date: 02 kesäkuu, 2010