Locum, which manages, builds, and develops 2 million m² of health care properties for its owner, Region Stockholm, has now joined the ranks of Iver clients. Iver will provide IT operations, service desks, on-site support, and strategic advice. The IT operations entail Iver taking full-service responsibility for operations, maintenance, administration and, in partnership with Locum, development of the existing IT environment, including IT workplaces, workplace-related cloud services, infrastructure and application operations, and network and IT security solutions. The strategic advice provided by Iver will help Locum in its phased realisation of strategic goals during the term of the agreement.
”The public sector is one of our priority verticals and one where we are aiming to grow and win new market shares, so we’re obviously absolutely delighted to be the successful candidate in Locum’s procurement process. We will now, by working in close partnership with Locum, ensure that we provide stable operations that generate the right preconditions for ongoing development. We will also ensure that our consultative advice helps Locum realise their strategic goals,” says Magnus Furmarker, Regional Manager at Iver.
For further information, contact:
Magnus Furmarker, Regional Manager East, Iver, tel: +46 732 36 52 49, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jakob Tapper, Information, Iver, tel: +46 739 81 63 33, email: email@example.com
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This information was published on 28 October 2021, at 09.00 (CET).