HiQ simplifies business processes for Destia

HiQ helps Finnish infrastructure and construction company Destia to simplify their business processes. The collaboration means that HiQ takes overall responsibility for Destia’s integrations.

"Our business is wide scale infrastructure construction and maintenance and our services concern nearly all Finns. Therefore our business-supporting systems need to work seamlessly together. We wanted an integration partner who can take over extensive entireties and offer a large variety of services. We saw HiQ as a reliable partner, with the right know-how to fit our needs. Thanks to a smooth partnership model we can focus on our core business," says Jaana Saarela, CIO at Destia.

HiQ's integration manager ensures that all integrations are monitored and carried out as a whole. HiQ's centralized management model simplifies and streamlines development and enables solutions that serve Destia's business operations in the best possible way. As the strategic integration partner HiQ also designs, implements and maintains Destia's integrations.

"The importance of spot-on integration, but also of a flexible partner, is increasing when digitalizing processes. At HiQ, we aim for simplicity in everything that we do, which also shows in our collaboration model. We are proud to be involved in streamlining Destia's operations, and to through their projects play a part in simplifying everyday life for people in Finland," says Jukka Rautio at HiQ.

"Thanks to digitalisation, all companies in all industries are becoming IT companies. The partnership with Destia is yet another example of this development. With smart solutions that streamline, Destia can focus even more on creating the best possible infrastructure for all people living in Finland," Lars Stugemo at HiQ concludes.

Destia is a Finnish infrastructure and construction service company that builds, maintains and designs traffic routes, industrial and traffic environments, as well as complete living environments. Destia's customer base includes industrial and business companies, cities, municipalities and government agencies. Destia has around 1,500 employees.


Lars Stugemo

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Lars Stugemo
HiQ International
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Jukka Rautio

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Jukka Rautio
Country Manager / Senior Vice President (VP)
HiQ Finland
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