Advania and Nexthink signs a new strategic partnership

Nexthink, a leader in digital employee experience management software for enterprises, and Advania, announces a new partnership that will create customer value. More specifically, to help IT departments proactively prevent the creation of incidents, focusing on high-quality service delivery, compliance and digital transformation projects.


Photo: Nexthink

“Technology is at the heart of many organizations, with digital transformation projects quickly picking up steam. Yet, despite all their efforts to give employees a world-class digital experience, few IT teams actually see the performance of the technology they’ve deployed from an end-user’s perspective. This means they only have half the picture of what is going on in the organization. We help them see the other half, so IT can monitor the digital experience of the end-user in real-time,” says Hans Harbo, Partner Account Executive, Nexthink.

Advania is a Nordic IT company, with customers in the public and private sectors and a varied portfolio of products and services, including IT outsourcing, ERP systems, process automation, contact centers, IT infrastructure and integration solutions and data centers. Through its partnership with Nexthink, Advania’s customers will benefit from Nexthink’s world-class digital experience management solution, ultimately improving the end-user experience for business applications in their organizations.

“One of our key priorities is to help make our customers’ lives easier, getting real value out of their IT investments. Nexthink fits perfectly with our belief that IT is a people business and this partnership will help us show our customers how they can make IT more human than ever,” says Krister Olsson, Business Unit Manager, Transformation & Automation at Advania Sverige.


Photo: Krister Olsson, Business Unit Manager, Transformation & Automation

“By focusing on the end-user experience, IT organizations can proactively flag failures and outages with unrivalled end-to-end visibility, identifying issues before they are even noticed by end-users.”



Photo: Hans Harbo, Nexthink, Partner Account Executive

Harbo fills in; “We are delighted to have found in Advania a partner that shares our view that a great digital end-user experience leads to a more productive organisation and look forward to helping their customers to build a successful digital future.”

About Nexthink: www.nexthink.com         


For more information please contact:

Tomas Wanselius, CEO Advania Sverige
Phone: +46 70 454 35 24
E-mail: tomas.wanselius@advania.se

Krister Olsson, Business Unit Manager Transformation & Automation, Advania Sverige
Phone: +46 76 140 04 31
E-mail: krister.olsson@advania.se


About Advania
Advania is a Nordic IT corporation, operating in 22 locations in Sweden, Iceland, Norway, and Denmark. The company focuses on helping customers to improve their performance with innovative use of best available IT platforms and services.  Advania serves thousands of corporate customers, multinational enterprises, governments and public institutions, big, small and medium-sized companies in all aspects of society. 
Advania traces its roots to 1939 when an Icelandic entrepreneur founded an office equipment repair workshop in Reykjavik. In the following decades, three separate branches of IT-companies evolved in three Nordic countries, Iceland, Sweden, and Norway. In 2012 they were braided into one and Advania was formed. For further information, please visit www.advania.com.

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Advania is a Nordic IT corporation, operating in 27 locations in Sweden, Iceland, Norway, Denmark and Finland. The company focuses on helping customers to improve their performance with innovative use of best available IT platforms and services. Advania serves thousands of corporate customers, multinational enterprises, governments and public institutions, big, small and medium-sized companies in all aspects of society. Advania traces its roots to 1939 when an Icelandic entrepreneur founded an office equipment repair workshop in Reykjavik. In the following decades, three separate branches of IT-companies evolved in three Nordic countries, Iceland, Sweden and Norway. In 2012 they were braided into one and Advania was formed. For further information, please visit www.advania.com.