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The Confederation of Swedish Enterprise extends its agreement with EVRY

(Oslo, 4 September 2017) EVRY, one of the largest IT service providers in the Nordic region, has entered into a new agreement with the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise and its member organisations. Under the agreement, EVRY will deliver IT services in the service desk, workplace and infrastructure areas. 

 


The Confederation of Swedish Enterprise and its member organisations represent nearly 60,000 companies and work to create a better climate for business in Sweden. EVRY and the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise have worked together for six years, and in June 2017 they renewed their collaboration agreement for a further three years.

“This agreement is an important success for EVRY. The Confederation of Swedish Enterprise has demanding functionality requirements, not least the ability to offer a comprehensive solution that delivers IT as a modern and tailored service. We look forward to continuing to work together and to helping to create greater value for the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise and its member organisations”, comments Fredrik Almén, EVP for EVRY Sweden.

The collaboration means EVRY will continue to provide the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise with reliable and high-quality operations services, and will also facilitate the introduction of new innovative digital services that use the latest technology.

“Our new agreement with EVRY is an important part of our work to offer employees at the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise and its member organisations efficient and modern IT support. A great deal of effort went into setting up the new agreement, and we now have a solution that is mutually beneficial. It is obviously crucial for us to offer IT support that satisfies our member organisations’ various needs. Our previous experience with EVRY also contributed to us choosing the company as our partner for a further three years”, comments Kristofer Kjell, Head of IT at the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise.