HiQ helps Akademiska Hus, one of Sweden's largest real estate companies, to adapt their communication, their services and their brand building to a digital world.
HiQ has developed the new web solution that is an important part of the contact with Akademiska Hus’ customers and stakeholders, as well as the 300 000 who study and work in Akademiska Hus’ buildings around Sweden.
”This is yet another example of an assignment where we take overall digital responsibility all the way from concept, via design and technical development, to administration and support. Our range benefits Akademiska Hus and we are proud to be given the confidence to create an effective and user-friendly solution,” says Jerker Lindstén, Managing Director of HiQ Gothenburg.
The new website is part of a large project that Akademiska Hus has carried out over the last years, and that has e.g. resulted in a new brand platform and online strategy.
”The aim is to strengthen our relationship with customers and tenants, create interest for our business and find new ways to create value and usefulness. As experts on educational environments we want to share our knowledge. The new web is an important part of our digital presence and we have had a great collaboration with HiQ,” says Henrik Mortensen, PR and online manager at Akademiska Hus.
“Akademiska Hus is a leading player within their area and we are happy to contribute with our know-how. We are passionate about simplifying and improving people’s everyday lives and the solution we have developed does just that; simplifies and improves for Akademiska Hus themselves and for their customers,” says Lars Stugemo, President and CEO of HiQ.
Akademiska Hus is one of Sweden’s largest property companies. With focus on universities and colleges, Akademiska Hus builds and administers sustainable knowledge environments. With vast experience and attention to trends in the academic world, Akademiska Hus can build with both innovativity and long-sightedness. Today, Akademiska Hus has a property value of SEK 58,4 billion and a turnover of SEK 5,6 billion.