Increased focus on innovation by appointing Basefarm as supplier of services for IT Operations
Stockholm, 3 October 2018: Inera, a developer of eHealth services for public sector health organizations and municipalities, has entered into an agreement with IT Operations supplier Basefarm. Through the cooperation Basefarm will manage and optimize operations and enable Inera to focus on innovation and development of smart digital services for the public.
“Digitalization is happening extremely quickly, and at Inera we’re actively working with developing smart services in eHealth,” said Petter Könberg, head of IT, Inera. “Working with Basefarm allows us to continue to be at the forefront, and let Basefarm help us with that they do best – being a proactive operations provider who ensures a stable and secure IT environment, where we can put our technology at work in the smartest way possible, short and long term.”
Working with Basefarm, means Inera will get a provider with proactive and modern working practices, who apart from offering accessible, stable and secure operations, also ensures that Inera always has access to the best and most effective digital solutions. For Inera, the partnership is a natural step forward, as they have a number of criteria to consider when delivering their services, something which requires internal resources not least to ensure demands are met when it comes to accessibility and data privacy.
“Our choice of partner is based on an in-depth analysis of current and future needs, and we look forward to working with Basefarm to meet these,” said Petter Könberg.
During the first two years of the contract, Basefarm and Inera will work intensively to migrate existing services to Basefarm. In parallel, a large number of new services will be implemented, and success will require a very tight collaboration between Inera and Basefar
“We are very much looking forward to working with Inera,” said Sara Murby Forste, Country Manager Sweden, Basefarm. “It’s a substantial project and our experts will work very tightly with Inera’s team. In the end it’s all about giving Inera the ability to focus on their core business, by allowing us to do what we are so very good at – all the operations related areas.
Inera develops eHealth services for businesses, health services, regions and municipalities and is owned by public organization SKL. Inera has developed joint solutions for a number of public health services and projects including 1177 Vårdguiden, UMO (teenage services online) and Journal via nätet (Medical notes online). The organization had a turnover of approximately MSEK 850 in 2018 and employs over 300 people. The services developed is aimed at citizens as well as employees working in health organizations, regions and municipalities. www.inera.se