The won categories are Business development, Systems Development & Administration, Management & Governance, Infrastructure & Communication, as well as Geographic Information Systems.
The framework agreement is signed for two years with an option to extend and also includes surrounding counties *. HiQ has vast experience from all of the assigned areas and is a proficient partner in extensive and challenging IT projects. Within the public sector, HiQ has helped many authorities to streamline and modernise their IT operations.
”We are very proud and happy about this agreement. It’s an honour to be a part of developing the future’s modern and hi-tech City of Gothenburg and its surroundings,” says Jerker Lindstén at HiQ.
HiQ’s know-how from other industries and organisations will be of great value in the future development of Gothenburg, in which transfer of competence is an important part of modernisation, as well as a success factor for HiQ in extensive IT projects.
”Our motivation is to make people’s everyday life a bit easier and better. We have been doing it for many years and look forward to continue to simplify in this exciting segment and for all the people who live and work in Gothenburg,” says Lars Stugemo, President and CEO of HiQ.
*The Gothenburg region’s municipal union and ISGR & Meritea. The Emergency Service Ale municipality, Härryda municipality, Härryda Energy and Härryda electricity trading. Kungälv municipality, Lerum municipality including municipal companies. Lilla Edet municipality. The city of Mölndal and Mölndal Energy. Partille municipality. Stenungsund municipality. Tjörn municipality, Tjörn Real Estate, Tjörn Environment, harbours etc. Öckerö municipality including municipal companies.