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Fujitsu to provide Criminal Sanctions Agency with IT professional services

Helsinki, 26 January, 2017 Fujitsu Finland Oy and The Legar Register Centre have signed an agreement whereby Fujitsu will deliver professional services for the specification, planning, implementation, testing and deployment of Criminal Sanctions Agency’s “Roti” project. Moreover, the agreement covers other delivery project tasks as expert work, in accordance with the agile development model (Scrum). Valued at 3.6 circa million euros, the three-year agreement includes approximately 4,000 expert work days.

The purpose of the Roti project is to unify the processes of the Criminal Sanctions Agency, and to create a new customer information system in support of the processes. 

”What also lies behind the technical modernization of the information systems is the fact that the current systems are reaching the end of their lifecycles both functionally and in terms of their technical solutions. The current systems do not communicate with each other. In addition to the technical modernization of the customer information system, the development of Rise processes and workng methods is an important part of the project,” says IT project manager Marja Sirén from the Legal Register Centre.

The Roti system is designed for managing the process of convicts and community service customers from providing them support in legal proceedings to the end of different criminal penalties. The first phase of Roti is underway and it is working on the initial stages of executing unconditional imprisonment. It is scheduled to go live in spring 2019.

Behind the Roti project lies the Imprisonment Act reform in 2006 and the amalgamation of Prison Administration, Prison Administration and the Criminal Sanctions Agency into one Criminal Sanctions Agency (Rise). The separate customer information systems developed back in the day for the Probation Service and Criminal Sanctions Agency (Vati and Tyyne) will now be replaced with one shared information system. Fujitsu was the one who implemented the Vati system, which the Criminal Sanctions Agency has used since 2005.

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Fujitsu Finland Oy
Satu Pelttari, Communications Director
Tel. +358 45 7880 9624, satu.pelttari (at)

About Fujitsu

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Date: 26 January, 2017
City: Helsinki