Based on a bidding procedure, HiQ was selected as a provider of Keva’s digital services. The framework agreement is valid for four years.
“I’m happy that we are able to provide Keva with digital services that make life easier for Keva’s employees and a substantial part of the Finnish people,” says Jukka Rautio, Managing Director of HiQ Finland.
The digital services division focuses on providing Keva with digital services such as web and mobile services as well as back end systems. The framework agreement allows for more flexible and agile procurement within Keva, such as procurement of project and hourly work through the same framework arrangement.
Keva is Finland’s largest work pension provider and it administers the pensions of local government, State, Evangelical Lutheran Church and Kela employees. Their staff serve a total of 1.3 million public sector employees and pensioners as well as some 2,000 employer customers, i.e. local government organizations, State employers
and parish unions.