HiQ signs a framework agreement regarding IT consultant services for the Tax Agency, the Enforcement Authority and the Swedish eIdentification Board. The agreement is to run for one year, with an option to extend.
The agreement primarily concerns systems developers, but it also includes roles such as project leaders, systems analysts, test specialists and IT architects.
“These are three exceedingly interesting clients to work with and it is satisfying for us to report that the procurement process has led to HiQ being chosen as a supplier at several different locations. As we have acquired a significant number of new clients in 2013, we are currently recruiting even more talented co-workers in various parts of Sweden,” says Bo Ringdahl, Managing Director of HiQ Stockholm.
Government agencies and public sector organisations are constantly working to improve their service levels and to simplify people’s lives. This requires an IT environment that contributes to strengthening operational activities. HiQ has been helping public sector clients to develop business-critical IT solutions for more than ten years.
“By helping public sector organisations to make their business processes and communication structures more efficient, or to implement modern e-services, HiQ is creating solutions that make everyday life simpler – both for ordinary citizens and for our clients’ employees,” says Lars Stugemo, President and CEO of HiQ.