In addition to the availability and management services of desktop and server environment, the Patja service incorporates e-mail services and Mobile Professional with push mail services to mobile personnel. All mobile devices are covered by lifecycle and roaming services as well as virus protection services.
"The origins of our first adopting the Patja service date as far back as 1999. Thanks to our longstanding collaboration we have achieved an established situation where IT infrastructure is invisible, operating in the background - as it should be. Standardisation of workstations has also brought their functionality to a good level," says Vice Managing Director Soili Teikari of Viestilehdet Oy.
Fujitsu Services Oy is a supplier of ICT services to enterprises and organisations in Finland and the Baltic countries. Through its Patja ja Sohva operating models Fujitsu assumes overall responsibility for the support services, operation and development of the customers' IT infrastructure and operative applications. The company is also renowned for its expertise in mobile services and SAP solutions.Fujitsu Finland is part of the global Fujitsu Group, one of the largest ICT services providers on a global scale. The ICT services company Fujitsu's net sales in Finland for the financial year that ended in March 2007 amounted to 318 million euros. Patja and Sohva are Fujitsu Services Oy's registered trademarks. Further information: fi.fuijtsu.com, www.net-lehti.com.
The Central Union of Agricultural Producers and Forest Owners (MTK) represents an industry that uses renewable natural resources in a sustainable and economical way. MTK takes care of various interests and living conditions of farmers, forest owners, rural entrepreneurs and rural people.In 2006 the Central Union of Agricultural Producers and Forest Owners (MTK) had 164 000 members who are able to get in touch with a local producer association in nearly every town. There are 16 provincial MTK unions who deal with general management, information and training.
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Date: 16 October, 2007