Acando has won a framework agreement with Brønnøysundregistrene in Norway
Brønnøysundregistrene has awarded Acando, with Computas and Knowit as subcontractors, a framework agreement for the development of a new electronic case management system for registry operations. Budgetary provision for the development is not finally specified, but the estimated value is assumed to be approximately 300 MNOK for the entire project period. The duration of the contract is 3 years, with an option of extension of 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 year.
The vision of Brønnøysundregistrene is trust and renewal of society
The main objectives of the registry are for Brønnøysundregistrene to be a trusted authority and data source, to make business interaction with the Norwegian public authorities easier, and to simplify Norwegian administration. The project's main concept is to develop a new digital registry platform. The purpose is to replace outdated system solutions in time to ensure the continued ability of Brønnøysundregistrene to provide good registry services, adapted to new requirements and expectations as a result of the transition to digital administration.
Business, authorities and citizens are dependent on interacting every single day. In order for this to happen in a safe and efficient manner, we must have confidence that there is an overview of - and transparency around - who commits to what. Through its registry operations, Brønnøysundregistrene ensures that rights and responsibilities are clearly defined and that this information is easily accessible to all of us, online. By providing effective sharing of information between public authorities, the contact with the authorities becomes easier and more uniform. All in all, this provides a more efficient and accessible public administration, as well as increased value creation in the Norwegian economy.
Acando confirms its position on digitalization the public sector
Brønnøysundregistrene will carry out a comprehensive development project to renew registry systems. The project will be the largest project carried out at Brønnøysundregistrene, and results from the project will affect in the entire value chain and generate huge external gains. The concluded framework agreement concerns procurement for the purchase of ICT consulting services mainly within scrum masters, system developers and test developers. After the completion and handover of the project, Brønnøysundregistrene will operate, administer and further develop the system in its own right.
- Acando has extensive experience from the largest modernization projects in the public sector and is strongly involved in several of the major digitalization programs. Earlier this year we won a framework agreement with Mattilsynet, and in the autumn of 2016 we entered agreements with NAV, SVV and HINAS. The fact that we won this framework agreement with Brønnøysundregistrene once again confirms our position around digitalizing the public sector. Brønnøysundregistrene has been a customer of Acando for several years and we look forward to continuing the cooperation in the years to come, says Sven Ivar Mørch, CEO Acando Norway.
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Acando is the consulting company who with equal parts of technical excellence and insight into human behavior - innovates, streamlines and mobilizes organizations for sustainable change. The Group has approximately 1700 employees allocated over five countries. Acando had sales of more than 2 billion SEK in 2016 and is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.
Brønnøysundregistrene is an administrative agency responsible for a number of national control- and registration systems for business, and has responsibility for Altinn. The overall objective of the agency is to contribute to increased financial security and efficiency for both business and society in general.